(The context is in organical computing.)

My Ideas

  • A custom heart simulator. (Maybe it could outlast the lifespan of the regular human heart.)
  • An improved autoimmune system with improved protection.
  • [Autism] Configurative wetware to modify sensory triggers; stims; and other characteristics of autism.
  • A memory cache for short-term memory.
  • Archival wetware for archiving memories.
@ksynwa@lemmy.ml
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I just want my brain to be able to connect to wifi and browse the internet with ad block enabled.

@ree@lemmy.ml
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fuck that.

I want to be able to browse the world with adblock enabled!

TheOPtimal
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c/transhumanism

Amicese
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Thank you!

@DerPapa69@lemmy.ml
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Brain implant that lets me play videogames while I’m at work

@obbeel@lemmy.ml
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Good topic to bring in. I was first introduced to this on Onimusha 3 - it’s been on the back of my mind since then. It’s fucked up for the current state of our world, but what’s not fucked up about it? So I think it’s worth talking about.

Like having a living being that can do shit for us.

I like the archiving one, it would be called “The Librarian”.

Amicese
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I agree! Discussion of new topics is important to make technological progress.


I like the archival wetware idea too; it would allow memories to persist in elder age.

I got some more wetware ideas too:

  • Wetware that simulates foreskin (growth).
  • Artificial sense generator. (Wetware that generates a sense.)
@pancake@lemmy.ml
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I believe the article only refers to neutral networks. I’m trying to build what you’re referring to in your ideas, though ;)

Amicese
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Thanks :)

@a_Ha@lemmy.ml
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neutral neural

@a_Ha@lemmy.ml
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