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  1. #1
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    Google brain implants???

    Thought some of you may be interested in this....

    Search Pets. Google representative Craig Silverstein offered his bizarre vision of the future of search during one Search Engine Strategies session. In a speech closely resembling a Star Trek episode, he shared his new prediction of search moving towards the existence of search pets hundreds of years from now. These search pets would not necessarily be like a pet dog, but more like "a genetically engineered beast."

    Adding to the science fiction, he believes search pets will be able to understand emotions and allow people to search for things that aren't necessarily facts.

    Helping increase and enhance communication, search pets will understand the way the world works and the way humans interact. Search pets will be able to determine and untangle what searchers mean politically and socially.

    Google Brain Implants? If the search pets arenít far out enough for you, Silverstein also shared his believe that search function brain implants may be in store in the distant future. Hundreds of years from now, the world of search as we know it will be completely redefined.

    "We'll still search for facts," he says, "but in all likelyhood the facts will be contained in a brain implant."

    HmmmÖ so, how would you feel about having Google implanted into your brain?

  2. #2
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    As long as it wasn't hosted with Burst it might not be too bad

  3. #3
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    Imagine what that would be like...not just google but other sites. Imagine a WHT brain implant.

    Imagine all of us being drooling zombies, lost in a private world of $1 a year hosting...

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    no thank you on the WHT implant I would become a host hater and pay to become a premium member.

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