There's a lot we do not know about the human brain, the brain's work process, decision making. However, as we get clear of the glaze curtains, we are faced with many new opportunities. Perhaps you are going to read this article, you may come to the extreme futurist or dreamer, I want to warn you from the beginning.
There is a saying in Ekşisözlük, "things that make the horizon doubled when you learn". I have experienced exactly the same situation recently. Everything I planned for the future, my future plans, my children's future, was gone.
Konuyu first, I want to start an old news. His eyes opened but he misses his old dark world Mike May we met with the news. At the age of 3, May was severely damaged by an accident-causing cornea, but he became a master skier, could ski at speeds over 100 km, could perform many sports perfectly. When he reaches his 45th birthday, he hears a treatment opportunity and decides to be treated. The treatment is really successful, but Mike not by. In fact, there is no problem in his eyes, his eyes can be transmitted to the brain to be processed without any problems, but the brain that does not image at all for over 40 years does not mean these things. Because, from birth, the number of synapses in the human brain increases rapidly, and in adolescence some of these synapses become stronger, and some become weaker. Mike's vision-related synapses were weakened because they were never used. In fact, he had to learn how to see it again. When the band in his eyes opened the first time, he saw his wife in front of them, smiling at them, but he could not sense which of the children, which wall, which was the table. Years have passed before you can see what is so close and what is so far away. Even today, when he does not see eyes, he can not do a lot of things he can. Actually, there were two things we understood from the moment. First, our seeing organ is actually not our eyes, our brain. Secondly, everything we see, including seeing, is the skills we learned after birth.
The Man Who Saws
The "seeing" of the creatures, the dolphins have always excited me. But like a standard person, I would say, "God created them." Erik Weihenmayer's storyuntil you read ni. Erik, known as the first blind man to climb Mount Everest, sees a system attached to his tongue.
She can read what she writes on a piece of paper, though she never sees her eyes. (An example that I can show to the story of Daredevil in atmation diaries.) It transfers various electrical vibrations to the language of the images that appear in the glasses in the eyes of the Brainport device. In other words, it makes the shapes that appear in your language. But you can understand the story a bit deeper so that when the device is first fitted, it can not see anything. But after the brain has been exercising for a long time, it starts to make sense of every vibration. It's like having a newborn child listen to his parents and start talking. The brain is a truly amazing organ.
The first people did not know how to speak according to the theory of evolution. As a result of many years of practice, they have become able to communicate and understand each other. Later on the walls or on the tablets they started to make sense of the scribbled lines and found the text. The brain also learned that. Like the Braille alphabet, he learned things like sign language. Can the brain, which can make the electrical currents contain a meaning for us, can not do it to talk to all the devices?
In the sense of futurism, hologram phones come to mind with a collar. There is a famous saying "The Best Interface is No Interface", can we really get rid of all the interfaces after 30-40 years? Why do not we need to do the axel if we can read a piece of our phone before we open our eyes and open it without taking a handheld device? After all, our brains are all programmed to experience the most lazy experiences possible. Can an implant placed in our body transmit texts or even visuals with vibrations or electrical currents? He can transfer us to Erik as he can transfer it. In fact, it's a kind of cochlear implants. They turn the outside sound into electrical currents that the brain can perceive and provide a kind of inner ear for the person to hear.
What if we program to make a sound in a wave that we can perceive our climate? Can we understand what the air conditioner said when we put this sound in our brain with an electrical current like the electrical currents in the brain with a similar implant attached to our body and again as a result of exercising for a long time? It's theoretically possible. My brother, I can hear what you said to me what the airline said. The important part of the work is not to hear what the air conditioner says, but conversely, an implanted implant delivers the "open" command to the air as our brain thinks and transmits the "act" command to our colum.
Maybe we are talking about a future that will not have to use our eyes, our mouths, our ears. Think about how a technology like this can change the world, no matter how you can change our lives, our habits. Then think about what we are doing. Paper prices soared due to the rise in dollar exchange rates, publishing houses raised, can we not read books anymore? I do not see you, because you do not read or read.
It was the late example of the prime example of the maturity of the Ottoman Empire, when he was describing his backwardness. How do we react to destructive technologies such as printing presses in this period? I have to feel that I can not make it without the smell of the book. Why good? Is not the purpose of reading the book "learning something"? As e-books can offer much richer materials, you know that I will not talk about it because it is much cheaper, because it has great convenience. I understand that publishers are against e-books. It's just like those who drop their manuscripts and lift them to the press because they are threatening their business. A luddist is surely against any destructive technology. But I do not understand the readers.
History has always taken away the riches of the luddites, punishing them for not reaching the new age.
- Haydar Özkömürcü (@Hozkomurcu) September 16, 2017
Traditionally, our father would have done so. Nostalgia romantism is wrapped up like a shackle in the 21st century. We often see this in the state and in the private sector as well. What I mean absolutely is not to be out of date, not to go on with the habits of history. I am still in trouble when we are dealing with printed money, a majority of government departments do not have a bank card / credit card. We began to meet more new services such as the new turkiye.gov.t travelers. Just what is going on in Turkey comes at a great pace looked as if going digital, but in the US it was over, in 1993 began the adventure of e-government. A mere two years ago, municipalities insisted that even municipalities would not, "We will not give our representations, e-government or anything like that." (Still no resistance)
Elin's son goes to Mars and I do not want to close it with a known ending as we are discussing here. Elin's son is going to Mars yes but we do not know if he is going through the private sector. Now we have the time to keep up with the change of the world, the bureaucracy can follow from behind. We have had the time to block traditional people from having a say in the private sector. When you think of the digitalizing world, if only your mind is coming up with Whatsapp and Instagram, if you are trying to explain digitalization with the statement "you can see video with the guy from Japan, I am globalizing now, I am globalizing now".
- The Brain - David Eagleman - Domingo
- Irrational But Predictable - Dan Ariely - Optimist
- Augmented - Brett King - Mediacat
- Blink - Malcolm Gladwell - Mediacat