Why is Facebook running behind the brain? ~ Ofuran

Why is Facebook running behind the brain?

Why is Facebook running behind the brain?

Facebook has targeted the human brain. Many questions have been raised about the purpose and purpose of Facebook recently after the acquisition of a technology initiative called CTRL-Labs. With the acquisition of CTRL-Labs, Facebook will now have a powerful tool to create a brain-computer interface. Now is the time to be wary of the controls surrounding Facebook's activities.

Facebook announced on 20 of their research lab building 3. There is work on the computer brain interface. Regina Dugan, head of the computer brain interface project at Facebook at the time, said that Facebook was going to create a 'silent silence system', which would be able to type those words in minutes directly from the brain. It will be able to work faster than a word can type on a phone.

Facebook authorities are actually trying to create a device that will make people no longer have to look at smartphones. That is, researchers have gone on to create more modern products than smartphones. This device will work when installed on the head. Researchers talk about the possibility of creating wearable technologies, including Augmented Reality (AR) glass from Facebook. It is possible to communicate with each other even without using a smartphone.

According to a Facebook blog post, there is a huge potential for AR to be easier to communicate with each other. In this, people no longer have to look at the phone screen. Besides, you do not have to lean towards the laptop. Can exchange important information with the eyes of the people.

The question is what is the purpose of Facebook? In a report by The Verge on the technology website, author Cassie Newton writes that when Facebook launched the dating service last month, she observed the ruthless aspects of Facebook in creating products. He also sees the face of Facebook's red shyness for business. This is also the case with Facebook's creation of a brain computer interface. The idea of ​​a new product came from the Zuckerberg organization when governments of different countries around the world were investigating various companies against allegations of privacy violations. However, the danger that the next generation of computer technology will have to face in the future is not a jolt.

Last week another form of desperate attempt to capture Facebook's brain was seen. The company has moved a little closer to achieving its goals through the acquisition of CRL Labs. CRLL Lab, a small start-up company in the United States, is working on a device called Wristband. They claim that through this device the human brain will be connected to the computer. The process of connecting waves from the brain to a computer is known as a 'brain click'. Facebook has spent nearly $ 1 million to buy the company that invented the technology.

Andrew Bosworth, head of virtual reality at Facebook, says: 'We have seen technology and devices exchange ideas more naturally. And we want to make that happen. This wristband can capture anyone's thought-intent. Only you can share a photo with a friend if you wish. '

The BBC said in a report that such a discovery was a difficult task. If Facebook has invented it, it will be a new chapter in the history of social media and technology.

The competition in the technology world has begun to discover such devices. Tesla's chief executive, Elon Musk, has also said for years that they have been working on a device that can read the minds of paralyzed people.

Analysts say that any new technology actually brings about a negative thought. The question arises, how much will that technology do to people? So is the case. Facebook has acquired CTRL Lab to give it more prominence in its virtual reality business. Now they will walk the path of new business. In addition, CRL technology could not print Facebook so Facebook had already bought it.

Data expert Carolyn Caruthers says we need to be careful, 'A business like Facebook will not bring any technology without profit. So we need to understand what they really want to do. '