[extropy-chat] Cognition enhancement in fiction

Neil H. neuronexmachina at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 19:11:18 UTC 2006

Of course, there's also Vinge's "True Names." Vinge's "Deepness in the Sky"
also had those monomaniacal "Focus" slaves.

On 10/6/06, ben <benboc at lineone.net> wrote:
> Anders asked:
> > Any suggestions?
> Well, here's a tentative one (tentative because i haven't finished
> reading it yet):
> Vernor Vinge, "The Peace War" (and i think "Marooned in Realtime" as
> well, that's next on my list)
> The protagonist uses IA to beat the baddies (or not. Maybe i should say
> 'fight the baddies').
> Uses rather a poor concept of using scalp electrodes, rather than proper
> neural interfacing, but the idea's there.
> ben zaiboc
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