Have you ever just wished there was a way for you not to have to remember everything? This is precisely what one technology industry expert believes. The founder and CEO of Fountech.ai, Nikolas Kairinos thinks that technology can help alter the course of humanity by changing the way we learn.
Nikolas told the Daily Star that he has a revolutionary AI project in the works. Using an AI implant, people would be able to know it all. Nicholas says that anyone between the ages of 8 and 80 years old will have the ability to learn almost anything at their convenience – “Google will be in your head, and that’s not far-fetched. It’ll be like having a really smart assistant that will think like you.”
More Than Just Google
You might be thinking this guy is out of his mind but don’t dismiss his claims just yet. Science and technology are advancing by monumental leaps these days. If you looked back only 50 years ago, everything was much different. Today we live in a world where technology is continuously advancing. Research studies and projects such as the 2045 initiative are helping explore new avenues such as AI integration into human life and even transcendence.
Who would have thought that years after his passing, we would see Tupac on stage at Coachella? Imagine if we could preserve his memory, personality, and likeness through in AI implant. If this were the case, the 3D hologram everyone saw could essentially be alive. Imagine never having to Google anything again. That would be kind of cool but if you knew everything what would you do with your time?
Another question is would we have to worry about ad space in our brain? Could we potentially turn into a ‘Ready Player One’ scenario where corporations and companies try to consume up to 80% of our visual capacity with advertisements? Could you imagine knowing everything there is to know about cannabis just by thinking or not thinking about it? The thought of adding AI technology into human life raises an abundance of questions. What question or questions does it bring to mind for you?