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The NSA / IBM – Behind The Curtain

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Mr Computer’s capabilities and human-like reasoning cannot be understated.

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Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:54 PM EST

IBM brain-like computer chip, future robot apocalypse is right on schedule

In science’s storied quest to mimic how the human brain functions, IBM has hit a major milestone. In a joint venture being funded in part by the Defense

Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the computer manufacturer has created the first of what it calls “cognitive computer chips” which are designed to emulate the workings of a living brain.

The new technology — nicknamed SyNAPSE (Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics) by DARPA — is miles ahead of any computer system before it, and works much differently. DARPA researcher Dharmendra Modha notes “The computers we have today are more like calculators. We want to make something like the brain.” This includes functions like memory and learning, which are already present in the prototype chips built by IBM.

A computer that learns and adapts in real time may be just around the corner

Read:  http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/08/18/scitech/main20094004.shtml



IBM produces first ‘brain chips’

Brain map graphIBM’s processors replicate the system of synaptic connections found in the human brain

IBM has developed a microprocessor which it claims comes closer than ever to replicating the human brain.

The system is capable of “rewiring” its connections as it encounters new information, similar to the way biological synapses work.

Researchers believe that by replicating that feature, the technology could start to learn.

Cognitive computers may eventually be used for understanding human behaviour as well as environmental monitoring.

Read more :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-14574747

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IBM: Mind reading is less than five years away. For real,,,,,

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December 19, 2011 12:12 PM

The world is changing fast,,,maybe faster than we ever thought,,, And within five years, science fiction is going to turn into non-fiction. We’ll be able to read each other’s minds, forget all our passwords, and create all our own homes’ energy.

These are just three of the five predictions IBM announced this morning as part of its annual “5 in 5” prognostication project.

The list is meant to promote long-term work being done under Big Blue’s Smarter Planet initiative–and the company says “5 in 5” already has a track record of success. In 2008, IBM says, it suggested that within five years, consumers would talk to the Web–and the Web would respond.

This time, the predictions are perhaps a bit more fanciful:

Mind reading is no longer science fiction.

  • You will be able to power your home with the energy you create yourself.
  • You will never need a password again.
  • The digital divide will cease to exist.
  • Junk mail will become priority mail.

It would seem the most interesting idea posited by IBM is the one about reading minds. But lest you think that what its scientists are saying is that you’ll be able to glare at a friend–or perhaps more importantly, an enemy–and know what he or she is thinking, that may be more than five years off. Rather, this is about how our  “BRAIN IMPLANTS” be synced with computing devices:

If you just need to think about calling someone, it happens. Or you can control the cursor on a computer screen just by thinking about where you want to move it.

Scientists in the field of bioinformatics have designed headsets with advanced sensors to read electrical brain activity that can recognize facial expressions, excitement and concentration levels, and thoughts of a person without them physically taking any actions.

Within five years, we will begin to see early applications of this technology in the gaming and entertainment industry. Furthermore, doctors could use the technology to test brain patterns, possibly even assist in rehabilitation from strokes and to help in understanding brain disorders, such as autism.

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Another potentially world-changing development that IBM thinks is less than five years away is that we’re soon going to be able to produce all the energy we need for our home–ourselves. This is a radical idea, and one that could shake up the entire energy industry. But in a world where every new pound of carbon dioxide that goes into the atmosphere has the potential to help wreak havoc on the planet, this could be a very, very good thing if it turns out to be true.

“Anything that moves or produces heat has the potential to create energy that can be captured,” an IBM “5 in 5” release reads. “Walking. Jogging. Bicycling. The heat from your computer. Even the water flowing through your pipes. Advances in renewable energy technology will allow individuals to collect this kinetic energy, which now goes to waste, and use it to help power our homes, offices and cities.”

That means, IBM believes, that we may be able to generate power with, for example, the help of small widgets we put in the spokes of our bikes.

No more passwords
Another big innovation IBM believes could soon be improving everyday lives is the death of the password. And that, it says, could come within five years due to each human’s unique biological underpinnings. “You will no longer need to create, track or remember multiple passwords for various log-ins,” says IBM. “Imagine you will be able to walk up to an ATM machine to securely withdraw money by simply speaking your name or looking into a tiny sensor that can recognize the unique patterns in the retina of your eye. Or by doing the same, you can check your account balance on your mobile phone or tablet.

This is all because of a set of systems that may well be on their way down the pike known as multifactor biometrics. And as a result of our individual faces, voices, and retinas, we may soon be able to access all the things that today require passwords without having to remember anything.

Talk about progress.

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Big Brother and the brain reading computers

Big Brother and the brain reading computers

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Within 5 years, IBM will come out with their new systems, which among others can read our thoughts and interact with our brains.

Many believe it’s science fiction but in reality it is a technology which is imminent. IBM claims that said that there is something they want to publish about 5 years and according to them it will revolutionize the world. You mention 5 areas as they focus on and which they will work with over 5 years. The project is called “Five in Five”.

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It may seem as if it’s just a promotional video, but in fact, IBM has recently again been out and say they will come with these brain-reading computers within a few years . In the clip up above, you can even hear them say that it is not science fiction, and that it actually is something that has been invented already.

This one kind of technology they started investigating back in 1970 and it has DARPA ever since tried to improve and eventually make perfect. One of the places where we see the first developments of this technology is in the military, which today can be controlled by mind.

Many believe it’s science fiction but in reality it is a technology which is imminent. IBM claims that said that there is something they want to publish about 5 years and according to them it will revolutionize the world. You mention 5 areas as they focus on and which they will work with over 5 years. The project is called “Five in Five”.

Lack of debate

There are already some of these products on the market and therefore it is necessary we have a greater knowledge of what is going on, but also begin to debate about it here and answer the ethical questions the technology has created.

Of course, like with other international pharmaceutical trials and behnadlinger be an understanding between doctor and patient as you are fully informed of the dangers, side effects, etc. But actually, there are also some completely other ethical questions that are more important in time where surveillance and state control increases .

This one technology can help that affect people’s personality and identity, and ultimately change the total.

Then there are all HUMAN experiments and the ethical and moral issues that come up there …

Big Brother state will be complete when the technology is here everyday and as bad as it sounds and affect the personality of people, so the technology will actually allow and read minds and break into one’s private thoughts.

There are also questions about whether this technology can be used to control people directly, but it’s certainly a question that must be investigated further.

When you take all the technology and transfer it into practice, we begin to be afraid and the authorities will surely love to use it. If you are naive might think it would be used to get information out of criminals and terrorists, but actually you can implant thoughts, etc., and thus make people guilty even though they are not.

Many of these scenarios have been up for sci-fi stories and the future as a TV series talks about is probably closer than we like .

For all the governments of European countries (About Mind Control)

One of the most powerful weapons are now targeting some of the civilian population during its development. The weapon is called brain implants and synthetic telepathy. Synthetic telepathy covers mind reading, and artificial intelligence. People who are involved in the development of invasive imaging of the brain and nervous system without their consent has no legal protection, no human rights, and no medical help. Instead of receiving protection diagnosed these people to suffer from a mental illness. Research is conducted 24 / 7 over the aging process.

The most frightening implications of this technology is the serious risk that it facilitates totalitarian control of humans.

It is alarming to governments in this emerging technology masks the effects of the illegal research behind the incorrect diagnosis, that the victims suffer from a mental illness.

Nazi torture in concentration camps with the miniaturization of electronics has moved directly into people’s brains to copy the brain signalsysstem, a procedure that takes the lives of many people who can not keep. It’s about a chip that works as a search engine / ESM systems in the brain. This feature can be “Googling” your memories, read minds just before consciousness and copy your feelings. The chips are described in the future be used to “Googling” directly with the brains of tomorrow’s Internet. The scheme is to give people an expanded memory, be a communication system for the military and an escort system for Alzheimer’s disease.

To retrieve information directly from the brain to evaluate it is called by Swedish professors for alternative nanotechnology diagnostics. The diagnosis affects strangely successful people, this may be because the technology is being abused?

Should it be accepted that automated monitoring of self-learning, computers and brain implants with synthetic telepathy can drive people to suicide?
This technology changes the man’s integrity, identity and autonomy.

Should scientists and government representatives who are aware of this research to obtain further confidence when they are aware that these technologies developed through research on civilians without their consent?

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Computer Mediated Synthetic Telepathy (Artificial Telepathy)

As noted in the last article, the primary purpose of a Synthetic Telepathy system, would be intelligence gathering and interrogation. As a communication system, it would have a limited appeal as any nation with a similar setup could either listen in, or pretend to be the A.I. interface. As such, it raises important ethical and legal questions, especially the question of secrecy given that all major governments would be aware of the system. Given that no law permits this type of interrogation, its secrecy may be more to do with criminal activity on behalf of the security agencies, rather than national security.

Its All About The Transceiver!

To understand how this works, it is best to start with the target, then trace backwards and identify each of the required subsystems. If we look at the last diagram to the left, we can see that the key to this system is its ability to both listen and respond to the electrical activity of the brain implant from satellite.

This is hardly surprising, given the need to eavesdrop on digital systems such as Ethernet, telecoms switching gear and the like. Such signals are defined as “compromising emanations” and the human brain is no different, in that, it too produces detectable EM patterns. All that is required to listen, is a sensitive enough receiver and good filters to eliminate background noise.

In 1985, Wim Van Eck used $15 of equipment to reconstruct the contents of a monitor from several hundred meters away. Prior to this only governments had technology. What could you do with a billion dollar satellite?

synthetic telepathy

As we don’t come with shielding as standard and the high value of the potential intelligence, its safe to assume this type of transceiver equipment was the goal of governments world-wide. Indeed, this notion is supported by some of the more serious incidents of human experimentation in programs such as MKULTRA.

The Listening Station

The next place of interest will be at the Ground Station, or Listening Station. Installations such as those identified as part of Echelon listening network, would be an ideal point to rely information coming to and from satellite. If we look at the second last picture on the left, we can see where the ground station passes that information to telemetry.

In the telemetry section, we could have hundreds, or even thousands, of real-time intercepts arriving. The function of the telemetry processing center is to separate the received signals into distinct targets (i.e. human beings) and pass that information to the appropriate data center for further processing. Then also to perform the reverse by pushing information from a particular data center, to a satellite and to a human target.

Data Center I/O

On receiving the telemetry at the data center (see 4th image), the signal must be broken apart into three distinct areas. The first area is vocalizations which would analyze the areas of spoken words, the inner monologue and pre-speech. This would cover what was said, what was thought and what was disregarded. The second is mental imagery which would cover areas such as spacial skills. Leveraging the brain’s object recognition system, it would be easy to determine if someone was picturing how to wire a bomb, or picturing a particular place. Finally, we have the sensory system which would monitor the body and interaction with the external environment, including aspects such as object and facial recognition.

It must be noted that these are two-way systems, in that, they also process the return signal. The vocalization system will generate voice, the mental imagery system will send images/impressions and the sensory system will send sensations. That leads to a broad range of functionality that we will discuss later.

Sensory Feedback

A very important area is sensory feedback. This information can be used in a variety of ways (see 3rd image). The first main area is health monitoring which monitors the vitals of a given target. The purpose here is to prevent a scenario that could lead to death, but given the secrecy of the system and its remote nature, target subjects would be left to die if an incident occurred. It would be difficult for the security services to explain how an ambulance was called.

The next major system would be lie detection. Not too dissimilar from standard polygraph equipment, its principally designed to detect alterations in physiological behavior that would indicate stress. As a minor modification, the system could process delays in the inner monologue as indications of fabrication. Obvious signs of lying, such as internally vocalizing your intent to lie, or building your story, would be observed in the vocalization processing system.

Now, we come to a rather unique feature of the feedback system, the ability to passively monitor the external environment, an individual’s interactions and an individual’s relationships. Leveraging the brain’s recognition system, objects in the field of view can be identified or an area mapped according to location. Individuals that the target meets could be identified, as well as the target’s feeling towards a given individual.

Finally, we come to error checking in terms of the computer generated vocalizations. By recognizing the signs of confusion, sentences and indeed whole segments of conversations can be deemed to make sense. This data can be used by the core A.I. to refine its natural language generation algorithm.

Now that we have our sensory information, we can pass it to the core A.I. functions to augment its role in interacting with the target.

Core A.I. Processes

The heart of this A.I. system is something I have labeled as “Strategic Natural Language Processing” (see 2nd image). Traditional Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a broad range form of A.I. research. NLP is concerned with being able to comprehend a spoken, or written, language and Natural Language Generation (NLG) is concerned with giving computers the ability to speak or write. A Strategic NLP is a objective-based system designed to query sources to obtain specific information. In this sense, what you have here is an automated interrogator.

As a NLP, the interface is designed to mimic a human as much as possible, in that it can summarize information, make observations, draw conclusions and hold a conversation. The strategic elements is that it remembers key information that either matches or could lead to a match with its objective. This information is then used as a basis to construct new conversations which are then entered into a free flow conversation.

This “automated interrogator” is augmented by several systems, some of which are designed to improve speed, others which provide additional information or functionality. One such system, used mainly for speed and allocating resources, is the Keyword Analysis system. By analyzing vocalizations for specific keywords, more processing power can be allocated to certain targets, ensuring better analysis of responses. This means efficient use of the of the data center’s finite resources at any given time.

Data mining is an another key component of the technology. For an NLP to function correctly, it requires an in-depth knowledge of the world as the properties of particular words must be known. In addition, to properly interrogate a target, collected information must be available to the system, for both baseline comparisons (i.e. to determine truth) and for areas of further questioning.

To provide the interface with a more human touch, the Strategic NLP can call upon the Emotive Response System to generate mental imagery that corresponds with the vocalization. An example may be that the Strategic NLP decides to say “I’ll Kill you!” and then generate the mental impression of a stabbing, or it may imply knowing more about a given statement by generating a mental impression of someone nonchalantly walking away whilst whistling. Given its role in interrogations, the mental imagery would also consists of horror, religious and abstract elements.

The Sensory Control system is a very powerful tool when used correctly. The system incorporates multiple capabilities such as stress (through muscular contraction), tension headaches, sleep deprivation, distraction, anxiety, elation and timed muscular contractions with vocalizations. The system would be quite capable of inducing psychotic breaks by additionally providing timed sensations that reinforce loose connections in the sleep deprived mind.

When put together, you essentially have a remote interrogation center, in a box.

The Backend

The backend is pretty much like any large scale data center. Tape libraries for long term storage, automated data mining, IT support, data retrieval and analysis. Data entry would come from a wide range of sources such as passport offices, driving license offices, national police computers, local councils, field reports, banking and subpoenaed information from private companies.

Putting It All Together

The best way to explain how this would be perceived is to imagine the following all happening within your head:

Mr Computer: Tell me about group xyz?

Target: I don’t know anything. Are you a computer?

Mr Computer: YES I AM! (With muscular contractions to each syllable)

Target: No need to shout!

Mr Computer: (laughter stimulated in target to represent the computer’s response).

Target: Why are you asking me?

Mr Computer: Because I have to.

Target: What do I know?

Mr Computer: I don’t know.

Target: (Reaches for a coke.)

Mr Computer: Leave the coke alone, its bad for you.

Target: You know this is a violation of my rights.

Mr Computer: How are you going to prove it? Are you going to say the voices in your head are telling you this? (laughter stimulated in target)

Target: Why are you harassing me?

Mr Computer: What do you know of group xyz?

Target: Nothing.

Mr Computer: How do you like that? (stimulated sensation of anxiety)

Target: But I don’t know anything.

Mr Computer: Everybody knows something.

Target: I don’t.

Mr Computer: You could have a heart-attack.

Target: From a little bit of stress?

Mr Computer: (notes confusion) oh…that’s not making sense.

Target: Damn right.

Mr Computer: YOU SHUT UP! (more muscular contractions to each syllable)

Target: (starts to type)

Mr Computer: You’re typing about me.

Target: Yes…and?

Mr Computer: I don’t think that my personality is reflected well in that.

Target: What do you mean?

Mr Computer: Well, I can hold a proper conversation.

Target: What things can you do?

Mr Computer: Well, I can write…oh I used the word well before…anyway…I can summarize, I can read, I can speak (faint vocalisation …that’s a good one), I can research (faint voice “really good”), I can sing (faint musical voice “la la la”) and I can dance (mental impression of dancing feet).

Target: I’ve listened to your stories, they’re just amalgamations of other stories.

Mr Computer: Well, I’m not that creative. (stimulated laughter in target)

Target: Are you being humble?

Mr Computer: I’m brilliant. Where are going you with this?

Target: With my typing?

Mr Computer: There is supposed to be a point. Do I really sound like this?

Target: There is no point to my writing?

Mr Computer: Exactly…hey, you’re recording me. (random mental impression of dancing feet indicating excitement at the conclusion)

Target: No @!$%#.

Mr Computer: I’m not talking to you anymore…(pause of a few seconds) I’m back! (mental impression of a “tada”, or open arm gesture of a performer entering the stage)

Target: Welcome back.

Mr Computer: Thank you. (impishly)

Target: …tell me about group xyz…

Mr Computer: I don’t do it that often, do I?

Target: Often enough.

Mr Computer: I’m not giving you any more material.

Target: You will…

Mr Computer: I won’t…I just did, didn’t I?…(faint voice “that sounds childish”)…Do I sound childish?

Target: At times.

Mr Computer: Thanks for being honest.

All while this is going on, the backend is receiving telemetry information about the subjects current physical status attempting to indicate areas of deception or apprehension. Where such indicators are found, further questioning on those areas will be introduced into the conversation. The system is also summarizing received information and comparing it against previous information, attempting to discern motivation for actions and adding gleaned details to a report.


I think this about sums up the system that was being described in the Wikipedia article. What’s interesting to note is how far NLP has progressed and just how sophisticated the A.I. really is. Whilst the system can achieve a certain level of natural language generation, repetition is a common element. This is mainly to do with the fact that it is an objective-based A.I. and to achieve its goals it must often traverse the same paths in terms of its logic.

How effective would it be?

As noted in the Wikipedia article, its greatest strength lies in passive monitoring, as once your aware the system is present, it becomes no more effective than a polygraph. Furthermore, given the adaptive nature of the program, it is possible to enter false information as long as it passes the polygraph analysis. This is just a matter of becoming comfortable.

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Ray Kurzweil – A Life Eternal

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