‘Google Inside Your Head’: Brain Implants To Revolutionize AI For Humans
GOOGLE will be inside our heads as brain implants are developed to revolutionize AI for humans, according to an artificial intelligence expert.
Top AI expert Nikolas Kairinos believes within 20 years, implants put into human’s heads will allow us to not have to memorise a thing.
The CEO and Founder of Fountech.ai exclusively told Daily Star Online: “You won’t need to memorise anything.
Nick said humans, without making a sound or typing a single thing, will hear the answer to any question we may have inside our heads.
“Without making a sound or typing anything, you can ask something like ‘how you you say this in French?’ and instantly you’ll hear the information from the AI implant and be able to say it.”
Nick says the need to learn things in “parrot fashion” as we are taught in schools will disappear completely.
He revealed: “The need to actually learn something parrot fashion is going to disappear because we will have access to that instantly.
“Google will be in your head, and that’s not far-fetched.”
“It’ll be like having a really smart assistant that will almost think like you.”
Nick has more than 20 years’ experience of working with start ups and focuses on problem solving using artificial intelligence.
He revealed his thoughts on the future of AI to Daily Star Online and told us the massive changes he believes robots will have on our everyday lives.
Northwestern Neuroscientist Researching Brain Chips To Make People Superintelligent
What if you could make money, or type something, just by thinking about it? It sounds like science fiction, but it might be close to reality.
In as little as five years, super smart people could be walking down the street; men and women who’ve paid to increase their intelligence.
Northwestern University neuroscientist and business professor Dr. Moran Cerf made that prediction, because he’s working on a smart chip for the brain.
“Make it so that it has an internet connection, and goes to Wikipedia, and when I think this particular thought, it gives me the answer,” he said.
Cerf is collaborating with Silicon Valley big wigs he’d rather not name.
Facebook also has been working on building a brain-computer interface, and SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is backing a brain-computer interface called Neuralink.
“Everyone is spending a lot of time right now trying to find ways to get things into the brain without drilling a hole in your skull,” Cerf said. “Can you eat something that will actually get to your brain? Can you eat things in parts that will assemble inside your head?”
It sounds mind-blowing. Relationships might be on the line.
“This is no longer a science problem. This is a social problem,” Cerf said.
Cerf worries about creating intelligence gaps in society; on top of existing gender, racial, and financial inequalities.
“They can make money by just thinking about the right investments, and we cannot; so they’re going to get richer, they’re going to get healthier, they’re going to live longer,” he said.