Mind hacking is the as yet still theoretical technique of remote accessing a network-connected brain in order to tweak the sensory inputs to be other than is desired, utilising a ?master the inputs and you become master of the output? philosophy. Mind hacking is expected to become an issue as neuroprosthetics advance in complexity, and ability.
Below, we offer a selection of links from our resource databases which may match this term.
Related Dictionary Entries for Mind Hacking:
Resources in our database matching the Term Mind Hacking:
A meme is basically an idea or concept that self-propagates. Like a virus, it spreads from host mind to host mind, mutating, changing, and passing from mind to mind via gossip and communication transference. In a way almost paralleling Darwinian selection the most successful ideas spread like a viral plague across populations, till almost everyone knows of them.
Is there a danger as brain-computer interfaces become more and more complex, interacting with systems in ever more convoluted and intricate ways, that we could indeed open up our worlds to subconscious hacking? One for the mid term future, this.
A research effort from a University of Texas at Austin has shown the real problems incurred when your drone AI relies near solely on a single sense to the exclusion of all others. In this case, GPS overriding machine vision means that if the GPS is hacked, the drone sees itself slam into a structure but does nothing about it.
The Emotion Machine: Commonsense Thinking, Artificial Intelligence, and the Future of the Human Mind
This book strays from the pack of works on AI, in launching the supposition that the mind is not a basically rational process distorted by emotion, or made more exciting by emotion, and instead embraces emotional states as just a different way to think, an expression of the mind no less valid than rational thought.
Visual Psychology in game design, tricking the player's mind.
A reconciliation of two conflicting visions of what a person is--one embedded in our humanistic traditions, the other advanced by mind science--from one of the most influential philosophers of our time.
Debuted at CES 2009, mind flex is a Mattel thought controlled child's toy. Brainwaves are read to spin a fan faster or slower, to allow a ping-pong ball to navigate an obstacle course.
Adapted from a lecture given by Marshall Brain at the 2nd Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology, this resource looks at the concept of mind uploading - transferring a conscious mind into a computer - and tries to use common metaphors to explain the subject to the layperson.
How do you even begin to tell where a mind begins or ends inside a purpose built network such as a brain? If that seems hard, try determining where a mind that is loose on the net, begins and ends.
ED-209 is the classic example of the programmed mind problem. When you program a mind how to think and what to think, as opposed to letting it evolve its own reactions with guidance and teaching, you create a rigid and inflexible will which simply cannot understand input outside its programmed range.
Industry News containing the Term Mind Hacking:
Results by page
An Israeli hacker claims to have broken the copyright protection on Amazon's Kindle e-reader, reports say. The hack will allow the ebooks stored on the reader to be transferred as pdf files to any other device.
The hacker, k...
Want to check if the password to your wireless network (or your neighbor's) passes muster? For 34usd, you can do just that by using a password-cracking service that's primarily aimed at "penetration testers"--people who are paid by a co...
Researchers have found daydreaming to be remarkably common -- and often quite useful.
A wandering mind can protect you from immediate perils and keep you on course toward long-term goals. Sometimes daydreaming is counterprodu...
14th April - 15th April 2010
San Francisco, USA
Chirp is the twitter developer conference and legal hacking tournament....
Hackers who commandeer your computer are bad enough. Now scientists worry that someday, they?ll try to take over your brain.
In the past year, researchers have developed technology that makes it possible to use thoughts to op...