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May 20, 2015, 04:35:19 PM
Last edit: May 20, 2015, 06:53:29 PM by kevinmauro
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The seminal white-paper, "How To Build a Brain-to-Brain Internet: Proof-of-Cognition Blockchains as a Foundation for Brain-to-Brain Security"  has been floating around the bitcoin dev chat for a while now.

I am opening up an early draft of this paper for public comment.  We are working on a series of experiments that will evaluate the robustness of the verification web in living beings, gathering data for proper evaluation of brain-originated key-generation, and looking forward to developing unconscious neural models for recognizing organisms of the same species. We have submitted a latter version of this paper for publication.

The purpose of this paper is to flip the Internet inside-out-- from a digital-only expanse, to a sub-universe accessible only by a pseudo-anonymous, digital-neurological identity. Long before our thoughts are on the internet, artificial intelligence will invade the web. A digital-neurological identity cannot be impostered by an AI without the ability to convince thousands of humans that an AI is human, as well as the capability of the AI to efficiently model a series of 10-billion neuron brains. It is important we devise a mechanism for securing the communications among biological beings by harnessing the entropy between our skulls. When this computing power is layered among nodes, it will forever be difficult or impossible for an AI to invade the network. If an AI ever did begin to invade the network, the public nature of the blockchain would alert its users, allowing them to (automatically) disconnect their consciences before an AI could attack.

We utilize a 'proof-of-cognition' (POC) blockchain for verifying identities and maintaining a web of human trust. This is not a proposal for a digital currency. Data traded on a POC blockchain has no value. Instead, mutual transactions between two nodes signify an 'acceptance' or 'rejection' of another node's humanity. By accepting and rejecting nodes based on their humanity, we can create a web of human nodes with verified digital signatures. Using these digital signatures, nodes can sign blocks with their identity. A forest of blockchains can be formed where highly-verified nodes are more likely to have their blocks accepted by nearer blockchains. Because mutual transactions quantify trust, double-spends are not relevant, and in fact, would weaken a node's level of trust on the verification web. Cryptographic miners are implanted and inaccessible. A limited hashing power can be assumed for each node, allowing hardware miners to be biologically-powered, and preventing mining from being a waste of energy. While not suitable for currency, a POC blockchain is ideal for identity-verification, given its low-energy usage, decentralization among humans, and robustness against AI attacks.

Digital currency fees are used in human-service transactions. This might be bitcoin's 'killer app'.

More:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Xv-R5F8UapMklYdHZQejF4ZUk/view?usp=sharing

Interest in development? e-mail: braininternetproject@gmail.com
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You can almost imagine this as sort of developing a 6th sense... you'll be able to "feel" each others thoughts or emotions.  Not explicitly read each others' minds, but "feel" it.  How do you explain what it's like to see to a blind man?  Or what taste is like?  In the same manner we can share experiences with each other and develop this sense of what it's like to "feel" like someone else.

It could be addicting in the beginning - almost like social media and everybody being attached to their phones - we'd try to experience every feeling or emotion that others offer to share.  Instead of exploring ourselves and our own minds, we'd be consumed with the thought of others.

On the other hand, it could be a good thing.  We could share our thoughts so that we can better understand one another.  We'll be able to figure out what love feels like.  Or happiness.  Or anger.  We can work together and perhaps advance exponentially as a society.

This connected society will be viewed as a brain or separate entity itself.  Each of our minds is like a separate neuron firing in the brain of the world.
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