Upload Knowledge Directly onto Your Brain, Scientists Discovered the Technology

By on March 3, 2016

Have you ever thought of a possibility where you are able to gain knowledge in a matter of seconds? I mean at least all the knowledge available on the Internet. Yes you possibly did at least once. Or you may have watched a science fiction movie one like Matrix. In the neo-noir sci-fi classic, protagonist Neo is able to learn kung fu in seconds after the martial art is ‘uploaded’ straight to his brain.

Upload Knowledge Directly onto Your Brain

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Scientists have discovered a way of uploading knowledge into a person’s brain electronically. A group of scientists in HRL laboratories California claim that they have devised a system which makes uploading knowledge into brain possible.

They study was conducted on a novice subjects who learned to pilot aeroplane in a realistic simulator. Scientists collected data to be fed into the subjects’s brains by studying the electrical signals of a trained pilot. The data was then fed directly into the subjects brains through electrode-embedded head caps.

The results were amazing! Subjects who were fed with the data learned piloting the plane 33 percent better than normal ones.

Our system is one of the first of its kind. It’s a brain stimulation system, explained Dr Matthew Phillips.

”It sounds kind of sci-fi, but there’s large scientific basis for the development of our system.

”The specific task we were looking at was piloting an aircraft, which requires a synergy of both cognitive and motor performance.

”When you learn something, your brain physically changes. Connections are made and strengthened in a process called neuro-plasticity.

It turns out that certain functions of the brain, like speech and memory, are located in very specific regions of the brain, about the size of your pinky.

Dr Matthews believes that brain stimulation could eventually be implemented for tasks like learning to drive, exam preparation and language learning

What our system does is it actually targets those changes to specific regions of the brain as you learn, he added.

The method itself is actually quite old. In fact, the ancient Egyptians 4000 years ago used electric fish to stimulate and reduce pain.

With our immense advancement in science and technology in the World today, automation greatly influences our dailylife. Starting from making a cup of coffee in our kitchen to stretching our arms outwards into the cosmic, we are trying to automate everything both for the betterment of our lives and understanding the infinite mystical universe.

Behind all this technological revolution in our lives, we have a history of consistent and determined quest for knowledge and learning which is as old as our own history. Our curiosity for understanding basic natural phenomena has pushed us into this never ending ocean of research and study.

So, having this new possibility of uploading the available data directly into our brains, are we going to expect the already skyrocketed speed in science and technology to get a hundred more folds? OR, as many would say, Will the technology possibly extinguish our lust for collecting data about things that we don’t understand_ the very basic scientific method that led to this technological revolution.

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