Conversations I Wish I Had

We’ve Already Achieved Techno-Telepathy via the Internet

The Proactionary Transhumanist

tech teleapthy

If you really think about it, the internet can be considered a very low-tech version of techno-telepathy. The internet acts as our medium in the transferring of thoughts to other people. Similar to how twodifferent studies this year successfully showed the transferring of thoughts and commands via BCIs (brain computer interfaces).

The difference, however, is in its efficiency. When you think of something, and then encode it online, it takes a while for people to read it and then think about it themselves. Facebook is a great example, where you’d send a PM to someone, and then wait a long time to finally see “Read at 10:57pm” or something along those lines, meaning the person finally read what you’d sent. It’s especially amusing when you send someone a joke, and rather than an instant laugh or boo, as would occur in normal communications, you wait several minutes, if not…

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