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Apparently a new record in data transmission.
Using a single laser to send data in multiple wavelengths.
I didn't quite get how they did that, but it's cool nonetheless.

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Default Re: 26 Terabits per second laser

Cool, the Aussie government are changing out the old cables here for optic fibre internet although IMO its a waste of money since my internet is fast enough as it is and i get a ping of under 30 while playing online games which is good enough for me

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Interesting article. Thanks for the link.

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It never says the total output power that accomplished the record, or the 100 terabytes per second that was mentioned though, as cool as this is. Just "370 lasers that are on racks and consume several kilowatts of power".
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26 Terabits? Is that not equivalent to 3.25 terabytes per second? (8 bits to a byte from what I recall). That is quite amazing. I wonder what the world would be like if I were to leave for ten years. I would miss so much!
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Technology is going in some crazy directions. If you follow moore's law, computer processing capabilities should outperform the human brain within most of our lifetimes. Some people (most notably Ray Kurzweil) are predicting the coming of the technological singularity, a point at which we should be able to upload our brain structure (and thus our consciences, in theory) into computer systems. Technological singularity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I think Kurzweil dates the singularity to somewhere around 2054. The idea was first proposed by Alan Turing, one of the first computer scientists. It's all really interesting stuff, if you haven't read up on it yet. No matter what happens, I'm sure the future will be stranger and more interesting than almost anyone can imagine.
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How do you know it has not already happened and we are living in an organic simulation? ^^
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More like The Matrix.

Some of the biggest minds in the world agree that there is a 20% chance we are living in a simulation. Thats 1 in 5, and good odds. If you play the latest Sims game you'll see a family playing the Sim game in the real game. Do they they think its real life? Would they thinks its real life if they were truly organic, and 100 years in the future?
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Oh yeah dur, "simulation". You would think that I don't own the ultimate Matrix blu-ray box set (which I do)
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An excellent point, ultimately it is a question of Platonic idealism, and a matter of philosophy if you would like to argue that we are all in a simulation right now. I would prefer to side with the Aristotelian argument that even if the reality we experience is not the true reality, it prompts only one of two response: 1) we can never know the truth so we should stop trying to find it, or 2) we can make the best of what we have in work within our narrow view of the universe to try to improve the lives we do experience. For now, my faith is in science, not philosophy, I find empty speculation without experimentation to have no useful ends, besides being a nifty thought experiment. Either way, I'm looking forward to the fusion of man and machine into a singular conscience entity that takes control of it's own evolution, and lives in almost perfect equilibrium with it's environment. I'm not sure why anyone wouldn't want to live long enough to do everything the want to do, or explore the universe. Then again, that all presumes that the human conscience is capable of "living" forever in an immortal computer frame. Perhaps our minds like our bodies only have so much time to function, but time will tell.

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An excellent point, ultimately it is a question of Platonic idealism, and a matter of philosophy if you would like to argue that we are all in a simulation right now. I would prefer to side with the Aristotelian argument that even if the reality we experience is not the true reality, it prompts only one of two response: 1) we can never know the truth so we should stop trying to find it, or 2) we can make the best of what we have in work within our narrow view of the universe to try to improve the lives we do experience. For now, my faith is in science, not philosophy, I find empty speculation without experimentation to have no useful ends, besides being a nifty thought experiment. Either way, I'm looking forward to the fusion of man and machine into a singular conscience entity that takes control of it's own evolution, and lives in almost perfect equilibrium with it's environment. I'm not sure why anyone wouldn't want to live long enough to do everything the want to do, or explore the universe. Then again, that all presumes that the human conscience is capable of "living" forever in an immortal computer frame. Perhaps our minds like our bodies only have so much time to function, but time will tell.

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"An excellent point, ultimately it is a question of Platonic idealism, and a matter of philosophy if you would like to argue that we are all in a simulation right now. I would prefer to side with the Aristotelian argument that even if the reality we experience is not the true reality, it prompts only one of two response: 1) we can never know the truth so we should stop trying to find it, or 2) we can make the best of what we have in work within our narrow view of the universe to try to improve the lives we do experience. For now, my faith is in science, not philosophy, I find empty speculation without experimentation to have no useful ends, besides being a nifty thought experiment. Either way, I'm looking forward to the fusion of man and machine into a singular conscience entity that takes control of it's own evolution, and lives in almost perfect equilibrium with it's environment. I'm not sure why anyone wouldn't want to live long enough to do everything the want to do, or explore the universe. Then again, that all presumes that the human conscience is capable of "living" forever in an immortal computer frame. Perhaps our minds like our bodies only have so much time to function, but time will tell. " - firelight

I completely agree with you. What is the point of fussing over something that can not be controlled? There is none.

Here's an interesting idea: What if we could upload our conscience onto a computer, grow a younger version of ourselves in a lab, and transfer the conscience back onto the clone of our self? Using this method, one could technically live forever, as long as cloning and transference of conscience would be readily available.

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2 Johnny Mnemonic videos linked in one day. That has to be a record on LPF. But anyways, with all the talk of brains, memories, computers this thread has shifted into, I give you Keanu Reeves in "Johnny Mnemonic". In this trailer from 1995, we see Keanu playing the role of the same character he plays in every movie he's in.



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I think a lot of these things aren't possible. We can't create computers more intelligent than ourselves, we're not intelligent enough to make those. If our brain would be simple enough to understand, we'd be too simple to understand it. I don't think we can pass that barrier.
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