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Python

Hi, I want to create an app that shows what the brain is thinking, i studied python but is not enough. Please help me

I don't know what syntax to use, matter of fact I don't know where to begin with

Are you joking? :laughing: It's hard to believe that you have a brain-reading bot. If you truly do, please share it!! :DD

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,582 Points

:hamburger: Wouldn't a photo of a hamburger be enough? :laughing:

But seriously, programming skills alone won't be sufficient for this task. Can you describe what steps are involved in doing this? I don't mean program steps, just the concept of how you would approach this?

There's nanobots attached to our neurons so its right there for us to program it. So, whatever you imagine, that will show up on the screen. So for example if you are thinking/imagining about a hamburger. That same picture of hamburger from your brain will show up on the screen. That's how I want the app to work.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,582 Points

So do you have the API for the nanobots? :space_invader: You could post it, or a link to it.

Give me some time and I'll get you the api for these nanobots.

Is it possible to do it without the api? Our brain has nanobots connected to each other replacing our neurons. It's pretty much the nanobots wired up together that controls the electricity which generates our imagination.

im trying to create a software exactly or almost that does and looks like the one in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpZEjf-Ta6g

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,582 Points

It's most likely that static image was created using Photoshop on daddy's computer.

Any time you see a YouTube video with such an obviously synthetic voice track, it's a safe bet it was was made by a little kid who did not want to make his age apparent by using his own voice. :smiling_imp:

he left a good example tho, I can't wait to create such a software like that. I'm going to download all 7 billion brains on earth so i can read anyone's mind