Even if that was possible, it would be a crazy thing for anyone to do. Essentially, anyone can have access to your thoughts. The public would know of your intimate and naughty bits, can anticipate your next action, etc. In short, you will be predictable to all.
Again, someone makes the stupid mistake of thinking a computer system needs to be connected to the Internet just because its possible...
That's myopic. Why would one 'backup' the brain and left it in isolation? The Internet of Things seems to suggest otherwise.
How's that strategy working in North Korea, Iran, etc.?
The collateral of such a strategy puts a heavy toll on the citizens. I would rather prefer that countries freeze assets of officials and restrict their movements internationally.
By the way, I am in agreement that international communities can help persuade such countries to enact fairer policies.
A virus is not a living organism.
Not really. The Shanghai index finally took off just last year.
So, one Claudico and four humans. The odds are already stacked against Claudico 20%-80% that a human will come out tops.
I wonder if the outcome will be different had there been more than one Claudico at the table.
I have heard that in the Penang (Malaysia) site, the director at Intel is known to take attendance after 9am.
"Neither Ewan McGregor nor Liam Neeson was..."
But Liam Neeson has a set of special skills
I said I would not apply for a credit card. Now I have a credit card.
I said I would not carry a cellphone. Now I have a cellphone.
Fact is, as these technologies become ubiquitous, we will eventually need to adopt them, or be left behind.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay