Jonathan D Moreno, Professor in History & Sociology of Science – Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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    F.A.Q

    What is Synthetic telepathy?

    It is a medical distance imaging technology, a two way direct communication between the brain and for the purpose-designed computer (Brain interface).

    Synthetic telepathy was invented in USA and USSR in the late –80 is. It was developed as a weapon system to be able to read enemies strategies in war. The radar system was a mobile system with limited range. The political balance between east and west has changed today, new threats to society like terrorism heavy criminals etc. has made this technology more useful in “home land security”. Synthetic telepathy is since 2006 developed by neuroscientists for various future applications in “home land security systems”.

    The two way speech communication technology develops rapidly now. Neuroscientists in other countries calls for an urgent ethic debate into the ethical issues involving future uses for the technology. The big ethic problem is that the bran does not have a firewall.

    How does it work?

    Synthetic telepathy is a computer satellite based optical multi camera sensor system with GPS functions and pattern recognition technology. Voice to skull technology is used for the communication from the computer to the brain.

    Electro a magnetic wave seeks, catches, gives artificial resonance to thoughts and then identifies and transports the information to the computer.

    The computer learns unique patterns of brain activity or signatures that correspond to different thoughts. It then scans the brain to look for these signatures and predicts what the person is thinking.

    How could it be used?

    Syntactic telepathy can be used as a government tool for signal stakeout from the brain at the same way as e-mails and sms’s are controlled in today’s systems for “automatic law enforcement”.

    It is expected to drive advances in brain-controlled computers, leading to artificial limbs and machinery that respond to thoughts. More advanced versions could be used to help interrogate criminals and assess prisoners before they are released. Controversially, they may be able to spot people who plan to commit crimes before they break the law.

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