Cyberkinesis

Cyberkinesis: The manipulation of digital and robotic apparatuses through one’s mind. Also known as technokinesistechnopathy, and psychotronics.

Which one is technically correct? I don’t believe it matters, though I have heard more use ‘technopathy’ to describe a superpower where one literally controls machines with their native mind while ‘cyberkinesis’ is used to describe augmentation that allows a person to do such. Thus, I tend towards ‘cyberkinesis.’

Cyberkinesis is a fun little thing; I remember a cyberkinetic toy I played with back in 2010.

 

There are also other cyberkinetic products one can purchase right now, such as Emotiv’s Insight.

So it’s not science fiction, but the applications are still rather fleeting. Fast forward a decade, when algorithms will be much more capable of deciphering our brain waves, and you’ll begin to notice that our phones have become ‘telepathy machines.’

Author: Yuli Ban

I'm an aspiring novelist with a terminal lack of a life.

3 thoughts on “Cyberkinesis”

  1. I once considered an alternative to Cyberspace utilizing Cyberkenesis in a way. Although it’s still largely reliant on computers if you want to semi-automate the process.

    Zero Liability relies on neither the sender or receiver knowing the exact details of what’s being asked. There are two admins that receive different things: admin for the sender receives the sender’s message to the receiver, and vise versa for the receiver’s admin.

    The admin decipher’s the content, then purges the messages once sender admin and receiver admin merge the intel. They then tell sender and receiver the intelligence.

    You can do a more complex communication by using literally semi-automate remote viewer across this four-war format.

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