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[...] This is just one example of an ability that can be enhanced. Imagine what could be achieved if the entire brain was enhanced. Imagine if the knowledge base and computational power of IBM's Watson, the Jeopardy champion smashing super computer, could be added to the instinctual nature of the human mind. By combining the two, humanity will have created a super computer that can grow and learn without limitations or regulations. It would be like jumping ahead ten stages of evolution, and the things that a team of humans augmented in that way will be able to accomplish things that are barely imaginable today. [...]
[...] Today, a single person cannot build a skyscraper. It requires thousands of workers and millions of man hours as well as heavy machinery to get it done. But what if all of those thousands of workers were augmented and could think sharper and faster than the engineers who designed the building and worked using machinery that their combined augmented brains had invented. There would be no currently fathomable limit to the progress that could be made. One perceivable negative effect of neural enhancers would be something that is quite applicable to current events. [...]
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[...] 36- 61). Harrionsburg, VA: R. R. Donnelly. Any information that managed to find its way into this essay that happened to be from lecture was done so unknowingly and unintentionally. If some is found and is not cited, I apologize. I am not trying to pass off the ideas of my professors as my own intentionally. My subconscious will take the blame. [...]
[...] But it prevailed and now the world is forever changed because of it. Because of Tesla, I am able to debate the very realistic possibility of human augmentation. Some may argue that human augmentation would serve to destroy humanity, and here humanity doesn't mean human life. Humans have always progressed by adapting; such is the nature and the catalyst of evolution. Pushing humanity to explore the limits and boundaries of itself through human augmentation would increase the rate of progression both socially and biologically at astronomic speeds. [...]
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