The Engineering of the Brain

engineering of the brain

The brain is a multi-cellular organ that makes up about 85% of the body’s total weight. It is one of the most important organs in the human body, and yet, little is known about its functions.

Scholars deduce that the brain is the center of intelligence, but it is the brain that is the object of study for those who want to learn more about intelligence. This is because the brain is where the creative, intuitive side of the mind comes from. The intuitive side of the mind thinks outside the box, and it is what tops the list of qualities that an individual considers desirable.

The hard part of the brain is made up of the cerebral cortex, or cortex. This part of the brain makes up about 85% of the weight of the brain. It is where the mind stays active and creative. The frontal lobes also make up 40% of the weight of the brain. The frontal lobes were the last part of the human brain to evolve. It is where independence from the family and society takes place and protects against the emotional world.

The very last part of the brain is the occipital lobes. This part of the brain is where the last connections are made, and where long-term memories are created. Occipital lobes also are where directions and paths in space are perceived.

What I find fascinating is that – in addition to thebral lobes-PNAsalsoothas distinctamus. “Comical” brain. Interesting isn’t it?

I believe that the human race has been gifted with amazing mental abilities, but what we need to figure out iswhich ones are the long-term holders. I propose that we take a neurological approach and determine which mental abilities are based on long-term potentia.

The advantages of a computational Jungian-look at the world is that it will help us move forward without being weighed down by emotional concerns.

Here are my considerations supporting a computational theory of intelligence:

The World-wide web will significantly reduce the weight of communication. In a networked world, silence will be meaningful. During the increasingly globalized era, we should expect to communicate with other people across the globe with just the click of a button. While this may appear too abstract for useful downtime, it is less outlandish than it may seem. After all, we could say that the ability to multi-task is really the ability to choose which tasks to perform in the present and plan for the future. This is undeniably true when one considers planning for the year and semester ahead, but even more true when we can coordinate our plans to include as many desirable outcomes as possible.

Even more challenging is the task of appropriately choosing which among multiple outcomes is most “real” information. Historically, humanity has defaulted to assuming that “intelligence” measures only the ability to think rationally and rationally arrive at accurate conclusions. I challenge anyone to a debate on this issue.

The world is rapidly shrinking in size and shaping, sometimes violently, sometimes peacefully, but society tends towards increased centralization and resolved into groups. We have also embraced the idea of open source – free and open for anyone to use and improve. This has generated new markets, new organizations, and new ways of working. On a philosophical level, we are also debating the moral optimum of hierarchy and how to achieve it.

I believe that hierarchy is a historical accident. People in positions of authority are just not well served when people are free to choose different outcomes – even different levels of accuracy. It is a neat little trick to have people follow Programmed Happiness.

History has repeatedly shown that people are happier and healthier when they are free to choose a healthier life. In general, people want to be in charge, and they want other people to be in charge of them when they are in their normal state. I call this ‘superior dominance’. It is the quality that makes some people great leaders and effective managers. And it is the quality that allows you to build the team and still have effective applications when things are going wrong.

The current management retreat craze is obviously in response to the highly successful trainer Carlota Tszyu who ran a six week course in 2007 entitled Conquer the World. The course was renamed The Protectorate After a successful 2007 Guardian Cabin crew retreat of crane and rigging near me in Park City, Utah.

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In keeping with the theme of taking another person’s responsibility, White Nile Lodge in upstate New York decided to create and market a mini- retreat and study group for motivated women. After the success of the 13 members program, they decided to create a full service program and market it as a Guardian Cabin crew. It is now one of the most highly sought after programs in the entire United States with an immersion value strategy.

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