Minggu, 24 Oktober 2010

Isi Otak Bisa Disimpan Di Dalam Hardisc / Fill In Brain Can Save On In Hardisc

VIVAnews - Lupa, sudah jadi 'penyakit' manusia. Apalagi jika usia menua, kemampuan otak untuk merekam memori makin lemah.

Namun, tak perlu khawatir. Ilmuwan terkemuka, Raymond Kurzweil (62) mengatakan kelak kita akan bisa mem-back up otak manusia, termasuk segala memori yang ada di dalamnya.

Tak perlu menunggu lama untuk mewujudkan hal itu. "Saya sangat yakin bahwa dalam waktu 20 tahun kita akan bisa memiliki ribuan mesin komputer nanorobot di dalam darah," kata Kurzweil di depan 500 undangan dalam acara 'Future Talk' di Wina, Austria, seperti dimuat Daily Mail, Kamis 21 Oktober 2010.

Dijelaskan dia, nanorobot itu berfungsi untuk menyembuhkan tubuh, meningkatkan performa badan, dan menyimpan cadangan isi otak.

"Sama seperti Anda punya cadangan file komputer," tambah Kurzweil.

Kata dia, ini bukan hal yang mustahil. Sebab, teknologi yang ada saat ini memungkinkan hal itu.

"Ini berarti benda itu akan mengembalikan setiap pikiran, pengalaman, dan apapun yang menjadikan kita seorang individu manusia," tambah Kurzweil.

Anda ragu akan hal ini? Bagi Kurzweil, ia sudah biasa dianggap gila oleh sebagian orang.

Diceritakan dia, pada awal1980-an, ia pernah memprediksikan World Wide Web (www) akan muncul pada pertengahan tahun 1990.

"Dulu saya dianggap sinting. Tapi lihat yang terjadi, dan prediksi saya soal kapan www muncul benar," kata dia.

Di kalangan para ilmuwan, Raymond Kurzweil memang bukan orang sembarangan. Selama kariernya di bidang sains, Kurzweil berulang kali menemukan teknologi perintis komputer, termasuk teknolongi pengenalan suara.

Sejarah hidupnya tak kalah mengagumkan. Pada usia 15 tahun, ia menciptakan program yang bisa mengkreasi ulang musik dengan gaya komposer besar. Ini membuka peluang Kurzweil remaja bertemu dan mewawancarai Presiden, Lyndon B Johnson di Gedung Putih.

Kemampuan otaknya yang encer juga mampu membuat mesin yang bisa membaca pidato tertulis untuk rekannya yang buta, penyanyi tenar, Stevie Wonder.

Untuk Stevie Wonder juga, Kurzweil membuat alat musical synthesizer yang secara revolusioner bisa berfungsi seperti instrumen nyata.

Sementara, dalam bidang akademik, Kurzweil memiliki 19 gelar doktor kehormatan (honoris causa). Kini, ia kerap menjadi penasihat bagi pemerintah, ilmuwan, militer dan pebisnis di seluruh dunia. Topiknya, tentang soal teknologi terkini.

English Version

VIVAnews - Lost, ready-made 'diseases' human. Moreover, if the age of aging, the brain's ability to record more and more memory is weak.

However, no need to worry. Leading scientists, Raymond Kurzweil (62) said that someday we will be able to back up the human brain, including all memory in it.


No need to wait long to make that happen. "I am very confident that within 20 years we will be able to have thousands of machines nanorobot computer in the blood," Kurzweil said in front of 500 invited on the show 'Future Talk' in Vienna, Austria, as published Daily Mail, Thursday, October 21, 2010.


He explained, nanorobot it serves to heal the body, increase body performance, and save backup the contents of the brain.


"Just like you have a backup computer files," said Kurzweil.


He said, is not impossible. Therefore, the current technology allows it.


"This means it will return any thoughts, experiences, and anything that makes us an individual human being," said Kurzweil.


You doubt this? For Kurzweil, it is usually considered crazy by some people.


Told him, on awal1980's, he never predicted the World Wide Web (www) will appear in mid-1990.
"I used to be crazy. But see that happening, and my prediction about when www appear correct," he said.
Among the scientists, Raymond Kurzweil is not the people at random. During his career in science, Kurzweil has repeatedly found the pioneering computer technologies, including voice recognition teknolongi.


The history of his life no less impressive. At the age of 15, he created a program that can re-create music with a style of great composers. This opens opportunities for teens to meet and interview Kurzweil President, Lyndon B. Johnson in the White House.


Dilute the ability of her brain is also able to create machines that can read a speech written for colleagues who are blind, famous singer, Stevie Wonder.


For Stevie Wonder, too, Kurzweil makes musical instrument in a revolutionary synthesizer which can function like a real instrument.


Meanwhile, in the academic field, Kurzweil has 19 honorary doctorates (honoris causa). Now, he often became adviser to the government, scientists, military and business people around the world. The topic, of about the latest technology.