Media: children are flowers in the garden, not mice in the laboratory

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 Media: children are flowers in the garden, not mice in the laboratory


Brain computer interface (BCI) is a technology direction that mask, a technology maniac, has high hopes for. His original intention is to protect human beings from being left behind by artificial intelligence. With the brain computer interface, we are like the iron man with Jarvis, and we dont need the inefficient voice communication in the movie. The brain and AI are directly interconnected. Its science fiction, and its mask.

But musk has invested at least $100 million, and his companys brain computer interface is far from practical. The current progress is human testing is expected in 2020. Musk should be ashamed to see the following news.

A brain computer interface head ring has entered a primary school in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province. The head ring is said to have been developed by Harvard and MIT scientists for eight years. It can detect brain waves, judge whether students concentrate in class and homework, and grade students concentration. It has the magic effect of improving concentration in 21 days.

The most touching thing is that this ring full of future breath has not only spot goods, but also a market price of only 3500 yuan. Three for an iPhone promax.

The company that develops Touhuan is very ambitious. They list the applicable population including primary school students, junior high school students, senior high school students, college students, graduate students and other adults. That is to say, except for children under kindergarten, they want to put gold hoop on everyone.

After the exposure of brain computer interface head ring, the publics attention is focused on monitoring students. We are worried that childrens brains will be monitored by technology without dead space, and will be domesticated into robots in the long run. However, there is no need to panic. If there is such a high level of skill, Wang Duoyu would have lined up to cast. Whats more worrying is that the actual principle of this ring may be just a placebo. A gold hoop with a light on its head every day is much more intimidating than the headteacher who looks in from the window.

The head ring of this primary school comes from donation. But its time to find out whether its business donation or school endorsement. This kind of thing with unknown origin is put on the childrens head casually, it must be because some people have brain problems, and they are the people who need to be corrected by the head ring most. Dont give lectures seriously. Doze off at the meeting? Come on, put on the headband and it will work immediately.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: 6374560, container: ssp_, size: 300250, display: inlay fix, async: true});)))); teachers are doctors of human soul, and one of the basic principles of medical ethics is no harm. With the rapid development of science and technology, there will be many real and fake things like brain computer interface head ring. I think educators should follow the old and wise Okams razor rule - dont add substance if its not necessary. As long as the original teaching method is effective, there is no need to introduce a variety of high-tech. Because the potential harm of new technology is unknown, but its effect is questionable. There are already lessons in this area. For example, when the iPad first appeared, many schools followed up, but later found that electronic products seriously affected childrens eyesight. Now, the new requirement is to de electronic the classroom. If the introduction of mature products from top technology companies into the classroom still needs careful consideration, strange products cant be casually stuffed into children. Remember, children are flowers in the garden, not mice in the lab. Source: surging news editor: Han Jiapeng GUI nn9841

Teachers are doctors of human soul. One of the basic principles of medical ethics is no harm. With the rapid development of science and technology, there will be many real and fake things like brain computer interface head ring. I think educators should follow the old and wise Okams razor rule - dont add substance if its not necessary.

As long as the original teaching method is effective, there is no need to introduce a variety of high-tech. Because the potential harm of new technology is unknown, but its effect is questionable. There are already lessons in this area. For example, when the iPad first appeared, many schools followed up, but later found that electronic products seriously affected childrens eyesight. Now, the new requirement is to de electronic the classroom. If the introduction of mature products from top technology companies into the classroom still needs careful consideration, strange products cant be casually stuffed into children.

Remember, children are flowers in the garden, not mice in the lab.