SHE IS BEING 'USED'-------
When I think about the LEG INJURY in 2010 which opened the door for installing these DEVICES I think about the timing of BATTERY RESEARCH thinking these DEVICES and BATTERIES have been going, going, GONE.
How much exposure has MY BRAIN had those several years and what is the DAMAGE to my BRAIN------AKA -----BRAIN DISEASE VECTORS like DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMER'S.
These BRAIN IMPLANTS could have over a few decades caused PARKINSON'S, LOU GEHRIG, MS et al. So, these soaring numbers of BRAIN disease vectors are likely NOT NATURAL ---BUT THE RESULT OF THESE BRAIN IMPLANTS beginning these few decades of CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA.
'Protect Your Brain Health Now To Prevent Memory Loss Later In ...
For most of us, one of the major issues is brain health. We want to “be ourselves” and do whatever we can to prevent memory loss, maintain independence and avoid isolation. Understanding women and brain health. Brain health is of particular concern for women, who comprise 70 per cent of new Alzheimer’s cases'.
My future may bring artificially induced MEMORY LOSS----OR DEMENTIA. Now, these disease vectors are in my family so EARLY ONSET would be sign of IMPLANT inducement---whereas naturally I may have genetically disposed LATER-AGE DEMENTIA. My relatives having had DEMENTIA were pretty old when that disease vector EXHIBITED.
THINK ABOUT HOW THESE BRAIN DISEASE VECTORS ARE STARTING TO BECOME-----EARLY ONSET DISEASE VECTOR.
So far, I am forgetful but I think that is a natural SENIOR MOMENT. It could get worse if these BRAIN IMPLANTS are continuously USED in the future.
We notice AARP is not giving REAL INFORMATION ----this is a global banking 1% corporate 'NGO' working to hide the goals of global banking in MEDICINE. I will discuss in detail the effects of MY COCHLEAR IMPLANT next week to include the degrading of my AUDITORY NERVE indeed will cause me to lose MY HEARING.
Hearing Loss Linked to Dementia
Can getting a hearing aid help prevent memory loss?
by Katherine Griffin, Katherine Bouton, AARP | Comments: 35
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It really doesn't seem fair: Hearing loss, a troublesome fact of life for more than 48 million Americans, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America, may increase the risk of cognitive problems and even dementia.
By the time Americans reach their 70s, two-thirds have hearing loss.
"The general perception is that hearing loss is a relatively inconsequential part of aging," says Frank Lin, an otologist and epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. But recent findings, he says, suggest that it may play a much more important role in brain health than we've previously thought.
Hearing Loss and Dementia
Adults with hearing loss are significantly more likely than adults with normal hearing to develop dementia. — Istock
Fortunately, there's a potential upside. If this connection — shown in several recent and well-regarded studies -- holds up, it raises the possibility that treating hearing loss more aggressively could help stave off cognitive decline and dementia. Lin and other researchers have several theories about the possible explanation for the link between hearing and dementia, although they aren't yet sure which of them — if any — will prove true.
THIS IS FAKE DATA AFFORDABLE CARE ACT EVIDENCE-BASED DATA WHICH WILL BE USED TO FORCE PEOPLE TO HAVE THESE IMPLANTS PRETENDING THEY ARE PREVENTATIVE AGAINST DEMENTIA.
Lin is the author of several recent studies pointing to a link between hearing and cognitive problems ranging from mild impairment all the way to dementia.
In a 2013 study, he and his colleagues tracked the overall cognitive abilities (including concentration, memory and planning skills) of nearly 2,000 older adults whose average age was 77. After six years, those who began the study with hearing loss severe enough to interfere with conversation were 24 percent more likely than those with normal hearing to see their cognitive abilities diminish. Essentially, the researchers said, hearing loss seemed to speed up age-related cognitive decline.
I WAS IMPLANTED IN 2006---2007 WITH A LITTLE HEARING DEFICIT IN ONE EAR FROM LOUD MUSIC. NOT CAUSING ME A PROBLEM. I DIDN'T BREAK EAR DRUMS WHILE DIVING.
In a 2011 study focusing on dementia, Lin and his colleagues monitored the cognitive health of 639 people who were mentally sharp when the study began. The researchers tested the volunteers' mental abilities regularly, following most for about 12 years, and some for as long as 18 years. The results were striking: The worse the initial hearing loss was, the more likely the person was to develop dementia. Compared with people of normal hearing, those with moderate hearing loss had triple the risk.
FEEDBACK FROM HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBOR PRETENDING I HAD SEVERE HEARING LOSS------SHE'S FORGETTING THINGS ALL THE TIME----SHE IS GETTING DEMENTIA.
Lin is quick to point out that simply being at increased risk does not mean a person is certain to develop dementia.
"I have a 92-year-old grandmother who's had a moderately severe hearing loss for many years now," Lin says. "She's sharp as a tack. I was talking to her about my research and she looks at me and says, 'Are you telling me I'm definitely going to get dementia?' "
"I said, 'Not by any means.' "
A recent study, led by Isabelle Mosnier of Assistance Publique-Hopitaux de Paris in France, offers more hope. Mosnier studied a group of 94 people ages 65 to 85 with profound deafness in at least one ear. Each received a cochlear implant followed by twice-weekly auditory rehabilitation. More than 80 percent of those with the lowest cognitive scores showed significant improvement one year after implantation, according to the study published March 12 in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.
P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.D., a professor of psychiatry and medicine at Duke University School of Medicine and coauthor of The Alzheimer's Action Plan, says that although the study had some shortcomings, "the improvement in cognition was huge — about double that seen with any of the current [U.S. Food and Drug Administration] FDA drugs for treating Alzheimer's." He adds that the findings about hearing loss affecting cognitive tests probably also apply to other senses such as vision, smell and touch. "Studies have shown that uncorrected vision problems raise the risk for dementia," he says.
While the link between hearing loss and milder cognitive problems has been questioned by some, it is becoming increasingly accepted.
"Every doctor knows that hearing loss can result in cognitive problems, but they still don't focus on it as a priority when they evaluate someone with suspected dementia — which is a big missed opportunity," Doraiswamy says. "The benefits of correcting hearing loss on cognition are twice as large as the benefits from any cognitive-enhancing drugs now on the market. It should be the first thing we focus on."
Still, he adds, "We need long-term controlled trials looking at whether cochlear implants can delay the onset of dementia in at-risk subjects, which will clinch the case."
4 ways hearing loss can lead to dementia
How might hearing loss contribute to cognitive problems and dementia?
Lin suggests four possibilities. The most obvious is a common physiological pathway that contributes to both hearing loss and cognitive decline — something like high blood pressure, for instance. But he and other researchers used statistical methods to take into account the factors known to be associated with both conditions, so Lin doesn't give this explanation much credence.
Another possibility has to do with what researchers refer to as "cognitive load" -- essentially, that the effort of constantly straining to understand stresses the brain. This one makes intuitive sense.
Hmmmm, does cognitive LOAD mean attaching a BRAIN to 24/7 illegally streaming VIDEO with IMPLANT DEVICES? Indeed, that MAY actually increase DEMENTIA.
"If you put in a lot of effort just to comprehend what you're hearing, it takes resources that would otherwise be available for encoding [what you hear] in memory," says Arthur Wingfield, professor of neuroscience at Brandeis University. Research in Wingfield's lab has documented this effect on a short-term basis. The big question, he says, is whether years of drawing resources away from brain functions such as working memory will eventually reduce the brain's resilience.
M. Kathleen Pichora-Fuller, a psychologist from the University of Toronto, is conducting research to test the hypothesis that treating hearing loss in those with dementia will help to optimize communication, with positive effects on everyday well-being for the patient and caregivers. "I have no doubt that if a CI [cochlear implant] makes it easier for a person to listen, then they will be able to spend more of their power to do other cognitively demanding tasks."
A third factor, Wingfield and Lin suggest, is that hearing loss may affect brain structure in a way that contributes to cognitive problems. Brain imaging studies, Wingfield says, show that older adults with hearing loss have less gray matter in the part of their brain that receives and processes sounds from the ears. "It's not necessarily that you're losing brain cells," he adds. Certain structures of brain cells can shrink when they don't get enough stimulation. This raises the question, Wingfield says, whether getting clearer speech signals to the brain through use of a modern hearing aid might allow these brain structures to recover their previous size and function.
Finally, it seems very likely that social isolation plays a part. Being hard of hearing tends to isolate people from others: When you have to struggle to converse, you're less likely to want to socialize in groups or go out to restaurants. And being socially isolated has long been recognized as a risk factor for cognitive decline and dementia.
It will probably take much more research to tease out what factors might be at play. Most important, Lin says, is to find out whether providing state-of-the-art hearing loss treatment can prevent or delay cognitive decline and dementia. Lin and his colleagues have received the first phase of funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to plan and develop a definitive clinical trial that will monitor a large group of older adults with hearing loss. Half will get best-practice hearing treatment, and the other half will get what Lin calls "watchful waiting." Over the following three to five years, researchers will track the participants' cognitive functions. The results won't be available until 2020 at the earliest.
In the meantime, Lin says, if you have hearing loss, it makes sense to get it treated as well as it possibly can be. There's lots of room for improvement — fewer than 15 to 20 percent of those with a clinically significant hearing loss even use hearing aids.
This article is a bunch of far-right wing global banking 1% FAKE NEWS PROPAGANDA because the damage from all this BRAIN research has already been DONE and 'USED' against those 'VOLUNTEERS' who were not volunteers these few decades already passed. BURWELL/RACINE is a great big global banking 1% OLD WORLD KING------PLAYER working to kill our US MEDICARE and allow global MEDICAL CORPORATIONS to use those funds that once did PROTECT US SENIORS now being used to KILL THEM with these BODY/BRAIN GMO HUMAN medicine.
'Steps must be taken to ensure that voluntariness is not diminished by desperation, leading to inappropriate consent .
The voluntariness of patients’ consent could also be impacted by unrealistic expectations of benefit'.
BMC MEDICAL ETHICS is written by TRANSHUMANISTS who think can PRETEND to be ETHICAL OR MORAL when they are the OPPOSITE. BMC and ETHICS is an OXYMORON.
'A recent article published in BMC Medical Ethics'
'Sasha Burwell & Eric RacineSasha Burwell is a PhD student in the Department of Neurobiology at Duke University. Her research focusing on the ethics of brain-computer interfaces was done as part of an internship in the Neuroethics Research Unit of the Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Canada.
Eric Racine, Ph.D., is Director of the Neuroethics Research Unit and Full Research Professor at the Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Canada. Inspired by philosophical pragmatism, his research aims to understand and bring to the forefront the experience of ethically problematic situations by patients and stakeholders and then to resolve them collaboratively through deliberative and evidenced-informed processes'.
Considering medical ethics and morals AFTER 30 YEARS of medical abuse---NOT SOCIALLY PROGRESSIVE.
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Ethical questions raised by brain-computer interfaces
A recent article published in BMC Medical Ethics explores the ethical aspects of brain-computer interfaces (BCI): an emerging technology where brain signals are directly translated to outputs with the help of machines. Here, two of the authors of the paper tell us more about the applications of BCI, its portrayal in the media, and some of the key ethical issues it raises.
Sasha Burwell & Eric Racine 18 Dec 2017
Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) are devices that measure signals from the brain and translate them into executable output with the help of a machine such as a computer or prosthesis. This technology has varied uses, from assistive devices for disabled individuals to advanced video game control.
BCI is portrayed positively in films like Robocop
BCI has been discussed by the media, and by science fiction television and films. Sometimes this technology is positively portrayed, such as the prosthetics seen in Robocop. Other perspectives warn about how far this technology could go, such as the literal plug-in brain interface in The Matrix, or the game in Black Mirror’s episode “Playtest” that can create a person’s worst nightmare. Though these examples are very futuristic, some companies have research goals that could be straight out of a science fiction movie: for example, Elon Musk’s company Neuralink plans to create brain implants that improve memory. The current reality of BCI, however, is more limited than suggested by these futuristic portrayals.
At this time, the main use of BCI pursued by researchers is as assistive technology for individuals with debilitating loss of motor control, such as that caused by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and spinal cord injury. Late stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients often enter a “locked-in” state in which they lose nearly all motor function, including the ability to speak. To help these individuals, BCI electroencephalogram-based spelling systems have been developed. These devices use electrodes to record brain signals from the surface of the scalp, and users can type messages by focusing on certain letters on a screen.
The intendix BCI running on the laptop and user wearing the active electrodes.
The unique direct connection BCI creates between our brains and computers raises important ethical questions. We currently interact with computers with our peripheral nervous system: we use our fingers to type an email on our laptop, or our vocal muscles to produce speech and interact with voice recognition systems. In contrast, BCI captures signals directly from your central nervous system – your brain.
If a BCI device sees the thought and executes a harmful action, even though the user would have normally not acted in this way alone, can we say that the BCI user is fully responsible?
This has interesting ethical implications, ranging from questions of privacy to loss of humanity. One example is ascription of responsibility for the output of a BCI. Perhaps we have less control over our thoughts than over our actions – many of us have experienced thinking something, yet refrained from saying it aloud. If a BCI device sees the thought and executes a harmful action, even though the user would have normally not acted in this way alone, can we say that the BCI user is fully responsible?
Another ethical question is the potentially deceptive role played by the media on perception of BCI. Current BCI technology is not very reliable: spelling devices often cannot be controlled by fully locked-in patients for unclear reasons. In general, most motor-based assistive systems are far more effective than BCI for individuals who retain any motor function. An example is Stephen Hawking’s communication device, which he controls with minute facial muscle movements and prefers over BCI systems.
However, media coverage of BCI tends to be overly positive and futuristic, with the phrases “mind reading” and “cure” seen in articles. This misrepresentation can create an expectation gap where patients expect a BCI device to be more effective or simpler to use than it actually is. Disappointment stemming from overly high expectations could be associated with patient depression.
Many researchers see great potential in BCI devices, with implications for individuals struggling with severe disabilities and for the future of entertainment. However, the ethics literature indicates that these benefits could be accompanied by moral and societal challenges. It is therefore important that neuroscientists, legislators, ethicists, and the general public discuss the impact this technology could have on legal and moral responsibility, informed consent, and various other ethical issues. In our paper, we review these issues and call for greater public discourse.
Here we ELON MUSK with BRAIN CORPORATION knowing this guy REALLY CARES ABOUT HUMANS----this guy is not strictly a TRANSHUMANIST or anything----ELON simply wants TO HELP ME with my THINKING.
Who do BARBER SURGEONS work for? THIS GUY who works for those global .00014% of people.
'for example, Elon Musk’s company Neuralink plans to create brain implants that improve memory. The current reality of BCI, however, is more limited than suggested by these futuristic portrayals'.
GLOBAL BANKING 1% JUST WANTS TO IMPROVE MY MEMORY-----HMMMM, FUNNY BUT ALL I HEAR IN FEEDBACK IS THAT I AM GOING TO 'LOSE' MY MEMORY.
My exposure to being HIT in Baltimore started with NATURAL DEPRESSION reaching a CLINIC DEPRESSIVE state from my living in SEATTLE---NO SUN-----SADD---------and MENOPAUSE causing natural DEPRESSION. I was struggling with a decade of NATURAL DEPRESSION when I was HIT in Baltimore with that LSD LACED SUGAR CUBE.
This does in fact exaggerate an already existing DEPRESSION. Instead of GETTING BETTER which I was on the way-----that drugging episode pushed me back.
'November last year, US military scientists reported that a procedure called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) boosted the mental skills of personnel. The devices are available on the open market, but there are concerns over their safety'.
HAVE THESE DEVICES CAUSED DEPRESSION FOR ME? THE CAPTURE OF BODY AND BRAIN BY IMPLANTS CREATES A FEELING OF HOPELESSNESS OF EVER ESCAPING THE IMPLANTS.
I have never felt this-----I am SURE I will escape these implants ERGO-----I am not DEPRESSED AND HOPELESS but MOST PEOPLE 'HIT' would feel that way.
'However, media coverage of BCI tends to be overly positive and futuristic, with the phrases “mind reading” and “cure” seen in articles. This misrepresentation can create an expectation gap where patients expect a BCI device to be more effective or simpler to use than it actually is. Disappointment stemming from overly high expectations could be associated with patient depression'.
Here in Baltimore, these HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS are tied to goals of TRANSHUMANISM are working for ELON MUSK and his NEURALINK as well as having other global NEURAL CORPORATIONS.
A Future with Elon Musk’s Neuralink
January 14, 2019
There was an announcement made last year that a Chinese scientist called Dr He Jiankui had used the gene-editing technique Crispr and managed to the world’s first genetically modified babies. At the same time, Elon Musk announced the true purpose of Neuralink.
Read on to find out what his vision of Neuralink holds for us.
What is Neuralink?
Neuralink is one of the companies founded by Elon Musk. His plan for the company is to ‘save the human race’. The idea behind saving humanity is to build a hard drive that can be implanted in the brain.
What is Elon Musk’s goal?
According to Elon Musk, his main goal is to insert a chip into your skull. With the help of this chip, humans can evolve past their biological intelligence and progress to digital intelligence. This would mean full incorporation of artificial intelligence into our bodies and minds.
He argues that without taking this drastic measure, humanity is doomed. There are a lot of ethical questions raised on the topic of what humanity according to Elon Musk exactly is, but he seems undeterred.
“My faith in humanity has been a little shaken this year,” Musk continues, “but I’m still pro-humanity.”
No doubt, Elon Musk is a remarkable visionary. He claims Neuralink, his neuroscience company has the ability to cure afflictions and ailments such as dementia and paralysis. Neuralink has its proposed “electrode-to-neuron interface at a micro level”, which is what will be used to do so.
But the gap between implanting electrodes in the brain to cure spinal cord injuries and implanting a chip that will enhance human intelligence beyond our imagination is very huge. This is what Neuralink aims to do.
Elon Musk’s Argument for Neuralink
According to Musk, humans get a chance to become symbiotic with AI due to the seamless conjunction of humans and computers.
He argues that humans as a species are all already practically attached to our phones. In a way, this makes us almost cyborg-like. However, unlike cyborgs, we haven’t been able to achieve or expand our intelligence. This means that we are not as smart as we could be. The data link that currently exists between the information that we get from our phones or computers is not as fast as it could be.
“It will enable anyone who wants to have superhuman cognition,” Musk said. “Anyone who wants.”
How Much Smarter Will These Enhanced Humans Be?
Elon Musk said the following in the podcast, when asked about the difference in intelligence between us regular humans and the ones that will have the chip implanted in them.
“How much smarter are you with a phone or computer or without? You’re vastly smarter, actually,” Musk said. “You can answer any question pretty much instantly. You can remember flawlessly. Your phone can remember videos (and) pictures perfectly. Your phone is already an extension of you. You’re already a cyborg. Most people don’t realize you’re already a cyborg. It’s just that the data rate … it’s slow, very slow.
Here we see 'human rights' for people like me who have been ILLEGALLY AND CRIMINALLY victims of IMPLANT but the concern in this article is the HACKING into these DEVICES----not so much the criminal installation of DEVICES BARBER SURGEONS knew would cause HARM---DEATH.
THE CONCERN HERE IS ONLY FOR THE MEDICAL DATA---AND NOT THE VICTIM OF IMPLANTS.
My LAWSUIT against NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG illegal surveillance 24/7 video PORN is tied to my DEVICES being HACKED and used for all kinds of things. The MEDICAL CORPORATIONS buying these video feeds were losing me to FAILED BATTERIES. The PRODUCT CORPORATION using me through subliminal messaging via COCHLEAR IMPLANTS OR RETINAL IMPLANTS were both the major HACKERS after 2015-16.
This is when those CRIMINALLY INSTALLED IMPLANTS began to be HACKED by corporate and PORN MARKETS.
MY CASE has me thinking------24/7 VIDEO FEEDS for a dozen years ---what is the EFFECT ON MY BRAIN AKA ----DEMENTIA/BRAIN DISEASE VECTORS.
The BARBER SURGEONS who criminally implanted these DEVICES---are only interested in DATA which will say ---
BRAIN CANNOT HANDLE INFINITE DATA STIMULATION----IT IS DESTROYED AFTER THIS MANY YEARS OF EXPOSURE.
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New human rights to protect against 'mind hacking' and brain data theft proposed
This article is more than 2 years old
A response to advances in neurotechnology that can read or alter brain activity, new human rights would protect people from theft, abuse and hacking
Ian Sample Science editor
@iansample Wed 26 Apr 2017 06.26 EDT
The use of deep brain stimulation, involving electrodes implanted in patient’s brains, has already raised concerns about its impact on patients’ personal identity. Photograph: Alamy
New human rights that would protect people from having their thoughts and other brain information stolen, abused or hacked have been proposed by researchers.
The move is a response to the rapid advances being made with technologies that read or alter brain activity and which many expect to bring enormous benefits to people’s lives in the coming years.
Much of the technology has been developed for hospitals to diagnose or treat medical conditions, but some of the tools – such as brainwave monitoring devices that allow people to play video games with their minds, or brain stimulators that claim to boost mental performance – are finding their way into shops.
But these and other advances in neurotechnology raise fresh threats to privacy and personal freedom, according to Marcello Ienca, a neuroethicist at the University of Basel, and Roberto Andorno, a human rights lawyer at the University of Zurich. Writing in the journal Life Sciences, Society and Policy, the pair put forward four new human rights that are intended to preserve the brain as the last refuge for human privacy.
“The question we asked was whether our current human rights framework was well equipped to face this new trend in neurotechnology,” Ienca told the Guardian. Having reviewed the rights in place today, the pair concluded that more must be done to protect people.
“The information in our brains should be entitled to special protections in this era of ever-evolving technology,” Ienca said. “When that goes, everything goes.”
The suggested new rights assert what the researchers call cognitive liberty, mental privacy, mental integrity and psychological continuity. The first of these concerns a person’s freedom to use, or refuse to use, brain stimulation and other techniques to alter their mental state. If adopted, it could defend people against employers who decide their staff might be more effective if they zapped their brains with weak electrical currents. In November last year, US military scientists reported that a procedure called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) boosted the mental skills of personnel. The devices are available on the open market, but there are concerns over their safety.
The right to mental privacy is intended to plug a gap in existing legal and technical safeguards that do nothing to prevent someone from having their mind read without consent. While modern brain scanners cannot pluck thoughts from a person’s head at will, improvements in the technology are expected to reveal ever more precise information about people’s brain activity. In 2011, scientists led by Jack Gallant at the University of California in Berkeley used brain scans to reconstruct clips of films people had watched beforehand.
Hmmmm, it seems these FAKE HUMAN RIGHTS are about protecting the IMPLANT DEVICE DATA not the humans forced to have those IMPLANTS.
Today, there are no firm rules on what brain information can be gathered from people and with whom it can be shared. What Ienca and Andorno fear is “the indiscriminate leakage of brain data across the infosphere”, as happens now with the personal information people share on social media such as Facebook and Twitter.
The third right, to “mental integrity”, aims to defend against hackers who seek to interfere with brain implants, either to take control of the devices people are connected to, or to feed spurious signals into victim’s brains. The fourth right, covering “psychological continuity”, would protect people from actions that could harm their sense of identity, or disrupts the sense of being the same person throughout their life.
The use of deep brain stimulation, in which people have electrodes implanted deep into their brains to control Parkinson’s symptoms and other conditions, has already raised concerns about its impact on patients’ personal identity, with some stating that they no longer feel like themselves after the surgery.
Ienca admits that it may seem a little early to worry about brain hackers stealing our thoughts, but he said it was usually more effective to introduce protections for people sooner rather than later. “We cannot afford to have a lag before security measures are implemented,” he said. “It’s always too early to assess a technology until it’s suddenly too late.”
Has MY BRAIN been made A MACHINE as FEEDBACK on Baltimore City buses want the 99% of citizens already captured and scared to THINK-----you know, all that CONTROL-----have those BRAIN IMPLANTS-----COCHLEAR---RETINAL-----NOSE/SINUS been INTEGRATED.
The answer is -------------NO.
Global banking 1% has those BARBER SURGEONs working hard to do this------and any institutionalization of ME------to UPDATE IMPLANTS will come with that INTEGRATION GOAL----trying to make my BRAIN A MACHINE.
SORRY, NOT THERE YET.
Next week I will go into detail with COCHLEAR IMPLANT understanding because this IMPLANT is central in this MOVING FORWARD DEEP BRAIN TOTAL INTEGRATION.
We call what I experienced since JAN 2019 HITTING allowing me to know I was being ILLEGALLY SURVEILLED---made of victim of PORN------a process steeped in ILLUSION-----that is the PSYCHO-SEXUAL TORTURE OF ABU GHRAIB goals----being used here in Baltimore on our 99% of WE THE CITIZENS black, white, and brown citizens but ESPECIALLY ME.
This is what THE UNIT above me I call an EEG COMPUTER integrates with---that COCHLEAR DEVICE.
'with unilateral and bilateral cochlear implants using surface EEG during tone, word and sentence perception'.
THE BRAIN INTEGRATION OF THESE IMPLANTS HAS NOT OCCURRED BUT HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS HAVE THAT GANG TRYING HARD TO MAKE VICTIMS OF IMPLANTS ---THINK SO.
Almost all of what I have experienced since 2015---16 when I think these IMPLANT BATTERIES became useless transferred to HEAVY DUTY COCHLEAR MESSAGING for control
The FEEDBACK saying SHE HAS A MACHINE IN HER HEAD------that is propaganda GROUP SPEAK AND CHATTER.
University of Southampton
Research project: Brain connectivity modelling in cochlear implants
The human brain is regarded as an ensemble of dynamic systems. Communication between neural centres is of the utmost importance and many different cortical and subcortical brain areas have to coordinate to perceive sounds. The proper connections between brain areas are essential for normal hearing. After hearing loss, the connections and information pathways between these areas rearrange and this may be one of the major reasons for unsatisfactory speech perception after cochlear implantation. The brain may re-organise or even have/make plasticity for better speech perception after cochlear implantation but the success of this process depends on many factors such as the age of implantation and the length of deafness. It is shown that although both children and adults can benefit from cochlear implantation, for adults it is not as much as children. It remains unclear how the brain connection/ re-organisation contributes to these situations.
The brain organisation can be quantified by connectivity measures, which may provide the strength, direction, and timing information on the connection between brain areas. One approach to measure brain connectivity is Dynamic Causal Modelling (DCM). DCM is a biophysically informed model which models the strength of couplings between two areas and the effect of one area over itself based on a neural mass model adapted from the Jansen neuronal model. DCM assumes that a designed input is perturbing the model and its output is measured as the brain response recorded in surface EEG, MEG or fMRI. The parameters of the model include inter- and intra-area coupling coefficients, conduction delays, and input parameters and are estimated employing a Bayesian framework.
This research project aims to investigate the effective brain connectivity in normal people and patients with unilateral and bilateral cochlear implants using surface EEG during tone, word and sentence perception.
We aim to reveal the brain connectivity patterns in CI users, the change over time after implantation and the contribution of bilateral implantation to bilateral brain interaction. The research not only will contribute to better understanding of the underneath activities of the brain in speech perception but also may provide useful information about how to help CI-users benefit most from their implants. Furthermore, it can be a predictive measure of how well a CI might be of benefit to patients after implantation.
A comment from a FRIEND FROM BALTIMORE may not be true-------most people in Baltimore connected to being 5% FREEMASON/GREEK PLAYERS have known these BRAIN/BOSY implants were being HACKED and people 'USED' for any number of black market activities especially BLACK MARKET CRIMINAL SEX TRADE PORN NETWORKS ----you know, NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG.
SEX TRAFFICING is not only physically HITTING people---moving groups of SEX SLAVES from one place to another as is being done on MY BLOCK IN CHARLES VILLAGE BALTIMORE-----but, it is this HACKING into people's living space without them knowing and sending those VIDEO FEED to DARK WEB as PORN.
This part of my DEPOSITION for my LAWSUIT is TRUE------these several months since JAN 2019 PSYCHO-SEXUAL TORTURE with goals of sending me to PSYCH WARD ------has allowed me to understand THE BIG PICTURE of these BRAIN/BODY IMPLANTS.
HOTSPOTS for SEX TRAFFICING? THAT WOULD BE EVERY COMMUNITY IN BALTIMORE WITH NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG HACKING INTO ANY NEIGHBOR'S LIVING SPACE.
Don't worry----NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG are only doing to 'THEM' not 'US'
'I didn't realize that my neighborhood was one of the local hotspots for sex trafficking. I often see prostitution on the street corners after dark so I should not be naive. It is just scary that young women and men are being forced into this life. What can I do to help'?
HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS PRETENDING TO BE A DOCTOR HAD A HAND IN ALL OF THESE CRIMINAL OPERATIONS INCLUDING 'HITTING' ME.
This is the PORN MULE---PORN ADDICT SEXUAL PREDATOR side of my CASE against NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG.
Sex traffickers target young females in Baltimore found in these ‘hot-spot’ locales