The Present And Future Of Secret Dealings, Lies, And uMjolo Seems Bleak

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Ehe! The fabulists, Secret Lovers, ezabonwa i-Atlantic Starr and bona fides alike be worried. In fact, be scared, be baie baie bang vees.

It turns out that the contents of any human thoughts and feelings can now be made transparent. Any of your sub rosa (secrets, that is) operations and intimate thoughs about umakhwapheni (sic) may no longer be safe with you. Therefore, you may need to find new invisible storage. Yebo, because The Sociable, a technology news blog, brings news from a session titled Ready for Brain Transparency? straight out of Davos 2023 World Economic Forum (WEF). Indeed, that gathering of those said to be out to control all human life at every turn.  

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“We’re not talking about implanted devices of the future; I’m talking about wearable devices that are like Fitbits for your brain,”The Sociable quotes Nita Farahany from her presentation at Davos. 

Farahany is from Duke University and tables this horror show five years after historian Yuval Noah Harari told the WEF that humans were hackable.

 “These are headbands, hats that have sensors that can pick up your brainwave activity, earbuds, headphones, tiny tattoos that you can wear behind your ear — we can pick up emotional states — like are you happy or sad or angry.” 

Eh! kusho ukuthi the might be no more lies of…, “I am fine” when you are not. There is more from Farahany…, “We can pick up and decode faces (that) you’re seeing in your mind — simple shapes, numbers, your PIN number to your bank account.”

Maye mna! Sing um Mthoko Nkosi…,

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Now, it is obvious ukuthi even cellphone passwords are not safe in these developments. All these privacy invasion miracles are thanks to something titled Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Bodies (IoB) ecosystem that has something to do with decoding the human brain.

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But hang on, there could be some good use of this stuff. You know…, things of detecting true thoughts and feelings of politicians and civil servants – particularly about the people they claim to serve. Having said that…, angithi futhi dem like to talk about how they are firmly for and behind transparency. So, let us start with using the technology on Cyril Ramaphosa. In fact, the writer does not doubt many in the South African arts-creative industry space will support the motion to use this technology at institutions like the National Arts Council. Because, after all…,

A short video open the session, Ready for Brain Transparency?

Something about a dystopian scenario where the brainwave of employees gets decoded to determine their performance in the workplace and whether they participated in illegal activity.

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Yekeke, let us sing that wonderful and stirring hymn…, Amahlathi aphelile, akusekho ukucasha…,

Ai! The writer can’t deal. So, here is the link to the full article by The Sociable. https://sociable.co/government-and-policy/hackable-humans-wef-decode-mind-pin-number-bank-account/

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