F8 – Building 8 (Mind Reading Technology) – Regina Dugan

F8 – Building 8 (Mind Reading Technology) – Regina Dugan

Facebook F8 – Developer Conference At F8 2017, Facebook revealed it has a team of 60 engineers working on building a brain-computer interface that will let you type with just your mind without invasive implants. The team plans to use optical imaging to scan your brain a hundred times per second to detect you speaking silently in your head, and translate it into text. Regina Dugan (https://www.facebook.com/ReginaEDugan), the head of Facebook’s R&D division Building 8, explained to conference attendees that the goal is to eventually allow people to type at 100 words per minute, 5X faster than typing on a phone, with just your mind. Eventually, brain-computer interfaces could let people control augmented reality and virtual reality experiences with their mind instead of a screen or controller. © All rights are reserved at Facebook.

Just News – Press For Truth – Wireless Warfare Exposed – Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind


Press For Truth – Wireless Warfare Exposed – Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind
We’ve been treated like guinea pigs and the lab results are in…smart phones are killing us! The current number of cell phone users today is 4.77 Billion and that figure continues to exponentially rise! Decades of cell phone use have now passed with a new generation of people coming into the world who have not experienced life without these devices! In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth goes over what the phone companies are telling you is a safe and acceptable level of exposure compared to what military documents have reported on as far back as the 1970’s in terms of the clinical effects of microwaves and radio frequency radiation on human beings.


More Lonely, Fewer ‘Friends’, Less Sex – Have Smartphones Destroyed A Generation?

Despite building one of the world’s biggest tech companies, Steve Jobs strictly limited his children’s use of technology

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had a similar approach

Lil Bub, the internet’s cutest cat, is building a not-so-lil media empire

Lil Bub, the internet’s cutest cat, is building a not-so-lil media empire

In just under two years, the “perma-kitten” known as Lil Bub has gone from a rescue cat with multiple birth defects to an online phenomenon: 200,000-plus Instagram followers, millions of YouTube views, her own documentary, a book deal, a web TV show, and (if all goes well) an animatronic version of herself. She is, if you’ll forgive the phrasing, her own paw industry — an enterprise that’s as small and mighty as she is. 


Not bad for a feline who almost got put to sleep just nine months ago.

You see, Lil Bub has — amongst other ailments — osteopetrosis, a very rare condition that has made it very hard for her to walk because of the “stone bone” condition’s effect on her legs. And back in December, when her owner Mike Bridavsky came home and found her in a lot of pain, he was forced to confront the idea of humane euthanasia — all while being documented for a movie by the folks at Vice (later to be called Lil Bub & Friendz) and contemplating whether to sign a book deal with Penguin.