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It will soon be possible to map and translate most human thoughts and words.
It will soon be possible to map and translate most human thoughts and words.
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Incredible as it seems, the age of thought reading is already here, and even words and emotions can now be read fairly non-invasively and with relative ease, using a combination of highly sensitive Brain Computer Interfaces and A.I. to tailor the computer 'reader' to each user in real time.

Sold as an enhanced game interface, or help for people who can't communicate, it is much more likely to be used by the State and/or commercial interests to monitor our thoughts, sell us things at the neural level. and keep us in-line. It is already being used in China to weed out the thought-distracted from certain jobs (see video).

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Scott Baker is a Managing Editor & The Economics Editor at Opednews, and a blogger for Huffington Post, Daily Kos, and Global Economic Intersection.

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