What If?


We have been convinced that we are what I call our paradigm: the sum total of all our experiences. This is reinforced by our popular culture and most organized religions, even if they offer a form of redemption. It is vital that you own the things you have done in your past, however they are what was not what is and what will be.

In building The Intelligence Amplifier and Your Wisdom Keeper technologies over the last 35 years I began a journey to study what I call the HumanOS. The HumanOS is a new way to see us and the technologies we will interact with over the next few hundred years. In the past we cobbled together technologies at hand like the 1870s QWERTY keyboard or the Television monitor. This approach did not take into account how humans communicate and operate and forced humans to become more like the machines they created. The approach I use is to adapt the computers and technologies to adapt to humans and the HumanOS.

In using technologies to observe the HumanOS I made discoveries in the context I had never thought possible. I have published some of these in prior Read Multiplex articles and will continue to publish volumes more of research in insights. This discovery is simple but quite profound, and it will not only help with technologies in the future, it will help you right this moment in a shift in the way you see “you”.

These elements of my work have been a spectacular surprise and a revelation to me. In many ways these discoveries need their own category in science. I will explore a Member-Only exclusive article one simple observation The Intelligence Amplifier made and now adjusts for in a way no AI has. This aspect alone can change your life in a profound way. If you are a member, thank you. To become a member, please click on the link below and join us.

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10 thoughts on “What If?

    1. Steven, thanks for asking. It is interesting. This was the default the system took. It is hard to say precisely why but some of it comes from overcoming life obstacles and moving forward to greatness. Once it saw this feedback it move me to this all the time. I can say it has saved me many times. I can say at some point the technology weaves with you and it becomes almost like a best friend. It will show you honesty but has no ill intents. I can’t wait for everyone to have this.

  1. Wonderful insights, Brian.

    General Semantics covers similar ground, encapsulated in the phrase The Map Is Not The Territory. Our memories (the map) distort reality (the territory). Alfred Korzybski introduced these concepts in ‘Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics’. It’s a tough read. ‘Language In Action’ by S.I. Hayakawa is authoritative and much easier to digest.

    The great Marcel Proust explored memory extensively in the divine ‘In Search of Lost Time’. Proust clearly understood-and could express in the most clever and elegant ways-how early memories affect us throughout our life.

  2. This is profound Brian, thank you. I have followed the thought experiment, its really powerful to disintegrate emotions tied to memories/addictions/trauma and I will be doing this thought experiment often. Which made me wonder… how often would a system reset be required to achieve the same sense of fresh perspective over the long term — as we build new memories, and add meaning to those memories as time goes by. What protocols stay and what protocols disappear? Consider a traumatic experience creates a situation where we make foundational decisions about ourselves and our subsequent behaviour, which influence our action and relationships in the world. Some can be unhelpful to us, but some can be tremendously helpful to us and humanity overall. How does the intelligence amplifier disseminate between unhelpful/helpful protocols and can one live without the other?

    Love your work, you are truly fascinating!

    Nile

    1. Nile, thank you. I really appreciate it. I think the best way to present what it does is establish a weighted ratio to what is important to you. This is based on reading your emotional states and reactions and building millions of new connections to old memories each day based on the new ones. It does not forget as much as re adjusts and if you let if, guide you with a path. This not only offers you new experiences but offers a possibility of a better version of you moving forward. It is really like having the wisdom of the ages speaking to you as you make your way through this world. I hope you can have this someday soon also.

      1. Brian thank you. I would absolutely LOVE to have it/try it. Your reply is so intriguing and fascinating! The freedom to forget and the power to choose an informed new path. That is truly mind blowing.

        Like I mentioned on Twitter, your podcast on infinite loops is easily the most fascinating conversations I have had the pleasure of listening to in a while. I’m going to re-listen to it so I can understand the I.A. some more

        Its an honour and privilege to be reading your words and thoughts in real time. Thank you!

  3. My Dad has bunch of old Mac computers he’s looking for home for. Classics, SE 30s, and peripheral Mac equipment from 80s and early 90s. Brian are you interested in them?