2 Responses to “Augmented Cognition”

  1. the first part played like an intensely boring episode of Star Trek DS9, the second part like a commercial for a product that doesn’t exist yet. I did think it was bizarre how much the characters talked over each other. But when you realize that they are in a work environment that allows them to process data so efficiently, it made sense. I hope I’ll be able to adapt to technology like this, old codger that I’ll be by the time it emerges.

  2. […] Warren, we get an idea of the current state of the art. The Augmented Cognition International Society, who […]