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H. G. Wells’s dream about “World Brain” comes true a century later

The principles of neurocommunication fit in perfectly with the lifestyle of World Wide Web residents. Fully-fledged hotbeds of the NeuroNet are emerging and gradually expanding. Scientists accept the thesis of social consciousness, thinking and mentality, and pass from brain modelling to the modelling of groups. Attempts are being made to collect the hybrid model of the mind, the first neurocollectives are formed.

Neurointerfaces based on visualisation of magnetic fields of the brain are just as common as mobile phones once were. People, intelligent agents and even pets can become participants of the Network on equal terms. Imagine that your dog no longer being lonely when you are not around. It is no longer a problem to contact your pet through the NeuroNet and send him a a few comforting thoughts.

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Victor Muraviev Easy to implement if we would already of had developed BCIs. 16 Mar 2019
Victor Muraviev @seanteais it would be awful in the hands of Google. They would sell all your data! No privacy whatsoever. 16 Mar 2019
Seanteais I could see this but it would be a very expensive enhancement only some of us would be able to have i could see this working but yes we would have to start with surgical chips which we have and use a computer data base off of the brain.i could see google playing a big role as it is mainly use to network alot of the worlds population and it is already collected so much data that it has been a brain for many things and has alot of intelligence from collecting data around the world.which we could later use as a brain for this format it could be done and could be a great necessity if use correctly and in the right hands. This could also be a dangerous factor to people giving that you would be giving up yoir right to some freedoms.as the people using the network would have to be watched because telepothy of a silent man/woman could be dangerous in some factors considering, terrorist, hacker, trolls, and what we also could consider cyber terrorism 06 Feb 2019
DJ DRAGON This would be terrible once it becomes common. Hackers could get inside the brain and cause serious brain damage. The internet hackers could handle your sleep as well, and maybe even control the person. This would also cost billions of dollars for just one implant of NeuroInternet. This could allow language to go out of existence - this thinking to each other - because if you can put the internet in someone's brain, you can talk to people who also have that implant. This would banish language once everyone has it. Although it is possible, it wouldn't mean it should be used. 06 Feb 2019