Davos Elite Reveal Orwellian Plan to Decode Your Brain and Read Your Mind

So Davos is another one of those elite meetings it takes place annually where minions of the oligarchy get together and they smell each other’s farts and talk about us poor little people and how they’re going to make the world a better place because they’re really smart and they have all the money in power so they totally know what’s best for everyone else obviously when you consider how many years they’ve been meeting and how great the world has become because of it it’s a lot like build a bird just a bunch of elite getting together to sprinkle roses and magical sparkly unicorn chunks across the land the difference is is while Bilderberg meetings are secret Davos is filmed and it’s released to the public so when they talk about us in them which is prevalent in every single thing they do they have to be a little bit more polite about it so this is called what if your brain confesses and what the social effects might be as scientists begin to work more with lawyers using technologies like brain mapping different different ways of scanning the brain and incorporating those into trials into the legal system and having this influence basically how social justice is parceled out there talking about the next generation of technology that’s going to basically be used against the public we’re talking about some real minority report level Orwellian nightmare stuff here you know the brain is a spatial temporal device right it’s a it’s a blob of meat that computes I think you guys need to hear this because this is the kind of stuff that they’re talking about and the way they’re talking about it there’s a huge government program now to increase measurement technology from neuroscience as it helps basic research and we can measure the brain better that will have applications in brain decoding and interpretation of brain function that will be applicable to the law and this lady for Rou har or whatever name is she just giggles and laughs the whole time like she’s half drunk maybe she is I don’t know but she just thinks this is hilarious so I’ve really cut her down a lot because I already had to watch it twice to do this edit and I pretty much can’t stand her voice at all now they’re talking about how they can decode your brain what we’re trying to figure out is how to decode the signals of the brain to figure out what you’re thinking anything that is in current conscious awareness can potentially be decoded yeah it’s just a matter of technologies what you’re feeling what you’re seeing if you watch a movie we can reconstruct the movie I’m just data sort of a poor dreamlike image of the movie we can reconstruct the objects and actions in the movie just from your brain we can reconstruct how you felt about the movie did it make you happy to make you sad because valence information is available reading your thoughts thoughts and feelings that you may not be able to verbalize or you may not want to verbalize and they may still leave a signature in your brain and we might be able to decode that and doing it without your permission though certain forms of mind-reading I think for the most part today requires the consent of an individual sighs if we could get to the point where either you can have an unwilling suspect or an unwilling individual having their brain decoded in some sense you know legal systems don’t bake in any presumption that we can do that and so there’s no legal protections that could be afforded to you and so if you look nationally internationally at whether or not there are any human rights if there’s any constitutional protections for something like freedom of thought or mental privacy or cognitive Liberty nothing like that exists yet decoding your internal speech we can build models of various access aspects of language you know phonetics and syntax and semantics and then once you have those models you can actually decode language now of course the obvious application of that is decoding internal speech and once you decode internal speech then you essentially have a you know the sort of worst possible brain decoding device or best possible to pay my review that’s only the most controversial good what about your point ha ha ha ha ha be so much fun when we decode everyone’s internal speech do you see what I’m saying look at they’re laughing about this like it’s just the most hilarious thing ever this is the kind of stuff that with the bad guy and Inspector Gadget sits the big leather chair and strokes a white cat giggling about at night next time and they’re in there having a nice chat about it like it’s just gonna be so great when we live in a world where this is the kind of technology they’re using against people and that the legal system has no protections for you we have the privilege against self-incrimination but that’s the spoken word that you speak against yourself this isn’t so far-fetched there were a few cases that were highly publicized out of India where a different type of technology was used where person’s brain essentially was queried they remained silent and the responses that their brain provided were used against them for the purposes of criminal conviction which apparently they’ve already set the precedent for doing and also they laugh it up about how basically the plebs are all such idiots that we can’t wait to give up our privacy like it doesn’t exist to where thought reading helmets and you know personally I think it’s just a matter of time before there will be a portable brain decoding technology that decodes a language as fast as you can type with your thumbs on your cell phone and and everyone will wear them because people have shown that they’re quite willing to give up privacy for convenience and then that I think brings up a lot of really interesting and scary EPIK on obviously that one they always talk about the ethical implications of this kind of technology and how that raises all these questions and then they just go ahead and do whatever it is anyway and look what he refers to it as it’s basically sort of the universal brain machine or face or universal brain how far away is that well you know there’s two stages to that so the minimum would be you know for a prototype something like 10 years in the next decade he’s saying this is how it’s gonna be can you imagine for just a moment take up take it in okay the NSA already spies on all of your communications now what’s going to happen when everyone’s stumbling around like the residents of the Keeney bottom in the spongebob movie with the bucket helmets on wearing these thought decoding mind-reading devices I think the tech Oh G already is there yeah not to steal the thoughts from a person’s brain but to enable us to start to decode information in the brain and so I think we have to think about whether or not the brain is some special preys place of privacy is there’s some freedom of thoughts and not just freedom of speech that we need to be actively protecting do we really need to think about that do we really need to think about if the brain is a special place of privacy or not is that really a question that we have to ask and if that’s not enough for you guys if that doesn’t do it for you they’ve been doing research openly since the 70s but of course during him Caylor much earlier on implanting false memories in people Elizabeth Loftus who’s done some really fascinating work looking at planting false memories or she’s successfully a number of her experiments has planted false memories including people believing that they’ve been at Disney World with characters who are not Disney characters many people believe that that memory works like a recording device you just record the information then you call it up and play it back when you want to answer questions or identify images but decades of work and psychology has shown that this just isn’t true our memories are constructive they’re reconstructive memory works a little bit more like a Wikipedia page you can go in there and change it but so can other people your your memory is like Wikipedia you can change it so can other people what a comforting thought not only can we put information in without blowing up your brain we can put it in and then you can believe it so sincerely that the problem is you can testify to that effect and now you’re asked to testify as my witness and you’re so convicted about having seeing that person commit the crime even though that person is utterly innocent that it becomes a planted memory and so there’s some really interesting research that we can plant false memories in the brain they just keep saying how interesting this is I don’t think interesting is the right word to describe it oh then they do this thing where they ask the audience who they would trust with access to their thoughts just to be cute and look at the very first option who would you trust with access to your thoughts and memories and you can select from government police judges your doctor your employer’s your spouse or none of the above let’s see what the the time poll showed about the sort of the general public’s response on this first we can bring that up no wow okay which three percent of the audience was like yes I would love the government and police to have access to my thoughts one of the emerging areas that’s really interesting in law neuroscience is pain detection and once we understand the circuit trees that cause pain yes the question is could we then instill pain and use that in many coercive measures in the legal system as well so wow that’s amazing it just keeps getting more horrifying you guys and she said the word interesting again like she has no other adjectives in her vocabulary to describe this get up thesaurus lady alright to me it is not interesting that law enforcement is considering using neuroscience to pinpoint areas in the brain the pain centers which of course is something they were studying under MKULTRA all the way back in the 50s to use that as a as a coercive measure to force people to have pitts what is this scanners now then you got this guy that they go to in the audience who’s also working on neuroscience research who talks about predictive crime it’s not so much predicting in advance who’s going to commit a crime but after they’ve committed a crime and been sentenced you want to know how like they are they to commit a crime again there’s been a lot of work with various demographic factors and now people are trying to think about adding in neuroimaging to some of it there is a scientist at in the u.s.

Named Kent Kiehl who is convinced that he can find a brain signature for psychopathy if you could figure out who is who’s a psychopath that affects things like sentencing but you can also play it forward about one percent at least of American males are thought to be psychopaths about thirty percent of American male prisoners are thought to be psychopaths if you could figure out which one out of a hundred ten year-old boys is going to turn out to be a psychopath that raises some really difficult questions about what we would do with that so so what are they going to do if they predict a little kid a ten-year-old is going to be a psychopath and of course all the Psychopaths that are actually running things they won’t be taking such a test clearly because then we’d find out on record that all of our leadership is filled with complete psychopath but this is the stuff that they’re working on they’re gonna start demonizing and labeling ten-year-olds a psychopath based on brain scans you could you could try to write a science fiction novel about this but since it’s all real it wouldn’t be science fiction and some of these cutting-edge things sound incredibly like science fiction it’s like unlocking your brain to see that images in your brain or see the words in your brain then at the end they’re like what are your fears listen to this lady’s fear of the future and so my fear is that we won’t be able to keep up with the ways in which we can actually start to access the brain and if we don’t keep up it will be in many senses too late and I think freedom of thought is probably one of the most essential parts of diversity and society divergent thinking creativity and progress so the biggest fear your thoughts will be criminalized this is just anything that is in current conscious awareness can potentially be decoded yeah it’s just a matter of technologies why watch a horror film when you can just watch a Davos panel.

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