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Check the full brain map [page 2]

Very very very interesting.
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Check the full brain map [page 2]

Very very very interesting.
Man, that shiz looks way to complicated. Ignorance is bliss. Plug and play computer parts FTW!
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Yeah, agreed, who would like to keep on living with an internal mechanical heart, instead of dying? No one. Haha!
... I want to be immortal....
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No moar skool?
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Inb4 skynet
Dude, skynet is already up and running!

Who do you think orchestrates this silly apple vs samsung battle so we will be too busy and amused with that to see what really is going on?

Wake up man!



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skynet and stuff aint no joke! im 100% certain sentient synthetics will be the end of man kind as we know it... that is if the zombies dont get us first

and no im really not joking
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skynet and stuff aint no joke! im 100% certain sentient synthetics will be the end of man kind as we know it... that is if the zombies dont get us first

and no im really not joking
nah, The increase in heat caused by the creation and operation of billions of robots will increase the melting speed of the glaciers, causing a world of water like that one Kevin Costner movie
    
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Don't people read the OP at all? This has nothing to do with putting chips into peoples' brains. It is about chips that 'replicate' the way a brain can rewire itself to specialize in different tasks.
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Yeah, agreed, who would like to keep on living with an internal mechanical heart, instead of dying? No one. Haha!
Wouldn't your cells still age?

I know you're being sarcastic...but im just wondering
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Step 1: Leave records that show Fermi as being the most power efficient GPU in the world.
Step 2: 20 years later, skynet recreates 100,000 Fermi's to power their supercomputer database.
Step 3: Fire, fire EVERYWHERE.
Step 4: ??????
Step 5: Profit.
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