Your Brain May Not Be Your Own
The Future of Human/Computer Interface Raises Disturbing Issues.
In this age of “always on” social media, we can share the events of our daily lives with almost anyone in the world, and with the press of a few keys.
This sharing is made even easier with the use of the speech-to-text capabilities that are built into our mobile devices (and now even our desktop devices).
Think it, speak it, and whatever your thoughts, they’re shared with your family, your best friends, the world at large if you so choose.
We all know the downsides of such easy communication–that uncle who mindlessly posts his less than tasteful views on politics; the social media star who gains fame by posting vapid blogs and shameless selfies. [...]
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