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Facebook has hired a team of about 60 scientist and engineers to continue a technology called "fast optical scattering". Essentially you wear a headband, that shines a light into your brain. Facebook would like you to message friends and update all of your news... .with telepathy.
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You may have heard about the largest worldwide ransomware attack last week. More than 100,000 groups in more than 150 nations were affected by the "WannaCry" malware. I have just returned from a large conference where security continues to be the largest issue in the IT community.
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Elon Musk (Tesla founder) opened a new company "Neuralink" to make a connection from brains to computers. They feel they are 4 to 5 years away from presenting anything. He has hired top scientist in the field. Currently it is not possible to record the millions of the brains neurons to decode complex decisions. The article points out that scientists cannot distinguish between someone wanting to eat a bowl of spaghetti or go to the bathroom.
I want to thank Ariane Pollock for her time and her blog on our recruitment process. If you have any questions please let me know..
Here are some portions of the interview conducted Novemeber 22, 2016. Read the entire interview by clicking here.
Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 11:01 pm, Russell Blair Record-Journal
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