Scientists Discover How to 'Upload Knowledge to Your Brain'

Feeding knowledge directly into your brain, just like in sci-fi classic The Matrix, could soon take as much effort as falling asleep, scientists believe. Researchers claim to have developed a simulator which can feed information directly into a person’s brain and teach them new skills in a shorter amount of time, comparing it to “life imitating art”.

They believe it could be the first steps in developing advanced software that will make Matrix-style instant learning a reality. In the neo-noir sci-fi classic, protagonist Neo is able to learn kung fu in seconds after the martial art is ‘uploaded’ straight to his brain.

Researchers from HRL Laboratories, based in California, say they have found a way to amplify learning, only on a much smaller scale than seen in the Hollywood film. They studied the electric signals in the brain of a trained pilot and then fed the data into novice subjects as they learned to pilot an aeroplane in a realistic flight simulator.

The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, found that subjects who received brain stimulation via electrode-embedded head caps improved their piloting abilities and learnt the task 33 per cent better than a placebo group.

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  1. Amazing! Now apply it at schools, worldwide.

    1. Do it with liberals so maybe they can pull their heads out of their azzes.

    2. At least we got our heads stuck up our own asses. The republican alternative? Let’s all stick our heads up a single orange azz and let him do the thinking for us.

  2. The Singularity grows nearer still

  3. It'd be spelled “discovered” not “discover”


  5. We are just beginning to understand the hidden technologies on Earth: