Monthly Archives: January 2021

How brainwaves have been totally underrated in sciences & why we should care

Exploratory episode #5:

Adding brainwaves & biowaves as additional data points in designing & developing future AI machines, as in AGI & ASI.

It’s inevitable for the brainwaves to be connected with the future of machines through wearables, temp tatooables, etc. Yet our current knowledge of brainwaves is still very limited. Hence, we need to pay much more attention to this topic and do more studies to help understand this ‘invisible’ brain more than ever!

 #ai #robotics #innovation #Agi #asi

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Neuro brainwaves datasets as CSV files in machine learning

There are simple ways to load datasets of brainwaves as well as bio feedback data onto programming languages, such as Python. In this exploratory class I briefly explain how we can load and call those datasets from wearables onto machine learning codes, and how these datasets could potentially shape designing and developing future AIs, AGI & ASI, and Robotics.

Full YouTube here: Exploratory class #4: Neuro datasets as CSV files in machine learning

Offering free exploratory classes of my award winning thesis. . Anyone curious about exploring ideas around brain waves and machines, brain machine interfaces, machines being an extension of the brain/body, etc see full videos on my YouTube, IGTV, Canvas, etc.

Link to free download of my thesis as a reference:
https://eprints.qut.edu.au/127009/

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The unique fingerprints of the human brain waves & cellular waves in designing devices as extensions of the human body

A thought is a series of electrical impulses. Human thoughts are, for the most part, repetitive. These repetitive electrical impulses emanate repetitive brainwaves (the invisible brain; the mind).

Studies have shown that Humans are emotional beings. Emotions (the visible brain; the matter) are part of the human repetitive thoughts. Hence, a thought cannot exists without the emotions.

These repetitive thoughts look then like a unique finger print, that include both the matter and the mind.

Having enough data points (brain & cellular waves data) we’ll be able to more accurately know the type of thoughts and ‘continuous’ emotions elicited at a time.

Using these data points when designing and developing AGI & ASI (or other future machines/devices) will be essential data to help the machines become an extension of the human mind, brain, and body.

I’m offering my award winning thesis as a series of exploratory classes on various platforms. Anyone curious about exploring ideas around brain waves and machines, brain machine interfaces, machines being an extension of the brain/body, etc see full videos on my YouTube, IGTV, Canvas, etc. 👇

If you like my content, please share and give credit to the source. It’s great karma 💜