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Don’t panic!

Scientists have found a way to increase the speed of thought, which means that we won’t make bad decisions or panic and freeze in a stressful situation. It was made possible due to a combination of advanced nano-technology and the achievements of neuroscientists.

They have worked tirelessly and ingeniously to create artificial synapses composed of carbon nanotubes, which reproduce the function of biological synapses in the human nervous system. Their small size allows them to be embedded in the human brain, where they exponentially increase the transmission speed of impulses between nerve cells, thereby enlarging our brains’ capacity for data analysis and decision-making processes.

However, there is one concern: if our brain activity can be changed, would it be the first step towards the creation of controlled humanoid robots? And who in this case will take care of our cybersecurity?

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Boris Mijakovac Apsolutly fantastic! 06 Feb 2019
Alvaro Amaya Blume imposible to enhance every synapse 06 Feb 2019
Владимир Аникин Ну, раз нашли - внедрить уже не проблема. И, да, попытки управлять людьми будут. Но пока человечество не разделилось на касты, это улица со встречным движением: сегодня ты управляешь, а завтра можешь оказаться управляемым... Потому каждый, кто в здравом рассудке, сто раз подумает перед реализацией подобного проекта. 06 Feb 2019
Paul Ngoma We can save this world together 06 Feb 2019
Jamie Coxe I'm not sure on this one. I love the idea of being able to think faster. My concern is our thinking speed, defines our perception of time. If your brain thinks faster than reality will seem to slow down, this could cause a challenge for humanity. Not everything will be at the same speed as a heightened mind. Are physical abilities will not match the speed of our enhanced thinking. 06 Feb 2019