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    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/hu...ter,38027.html

    We are getting there. Some day we can virtualize our brain and live forever.
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    Never happen

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    Never say never. Believe it or not, it is happening as we speak.
    The world is slowly being taken over by AI, and eventually we will transfer our brains contents into a supercomputer.

    The circle will be made once we have achieved that milestone.
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    Would not the brain atrophy with nothing to occupy it? After a hundred thousand of years of keeping human forms alive simply to nurture the brain then to simply be along for the ride would not bode well I suspect. The brain needs a reason for existence beyond existence for existence sake.
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    You exist because your brains tells you you exist. You have no idea of knowing if you really exist or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    You exist because your brain tells you-you exist. You have no idea of knowing if you really exist or not.
    I for one am not following that rabbit down that hole. My point, everything we are, everything we do is aimed at keeping the brain alive, nourished, and peaked and to move the brain about to glean information thereby expanding its knowledge base. Our bodies are little more than support systems to maintain the brain.
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    Are you sure it is like you stated it is? Or was that your brain talking?
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    Brains can't talk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristotle View Post
    Brains can't talk
    But they do, they use your body to talk.
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    Default Re: Neuromorphic Supercomputer With 1 Million Cores Mimics the Human Brain

    "Never say never."

    Do you see the problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluesky View Post
    "Never say never."

    Do you see the problem?
    No, do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    But they do, they use your body to talk.
    Maybe the mouth is using the brain to talk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristotle View Post
    Maybe the mouth is using the brain to talk
    That is a possibility. Can you try, and see if your mouth can take control of your brain and let us know the results?
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    Done.

    Piece of cake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristotle View Post
    Done.

    Piece of cake.
    What did the mouth say?
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    Thanks for the help, brain
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