Invitation to the lecture: BRAIN HACKING
Sensing and optimizing developments ahead with brain technology
The so-called NEURONprocessor " Software lets each person access their non-conscious, implicit levels of information in the brain, in addition to greatly increasing their awareness through the focused building of morphic associative resonance. The additional knowledge gained through the NEURONprocessor provides key information that provides a higher-level information perspective - a kind of "knowledge map". Accordingly, the NEURONprocessor enables every person to gain information that lies outside of his or her programmed patterns of thought and perception in everyday life.
In the lecture by Thomas Tankiewicz and Uwe E. Volk it will be shown how this is possible with a software-based solution and which fascinating findings from brain research regarding human perception are associated with it.
The speakers and the institute
As a renowned IT and science journalist, Thomas Tankiewicz has been delving deeper and deeper into the topic of "What actually is information?" over the course of his professional life. And not only in the digital world, but also in our perception. In order to consistently pursue this question, he founded the "ID-Publishing Verlags KG" in 1993. The goal was to realize independent and authentic information with a qualified editorial team and to publish it independently. In the course of time, there was an increasing focus on the areas of perception, consciousness, brain and futurology.
Together with the software developer Dirk Jacobasch and the psychologist Uwe E. Volk, they are pursuing NEURONprocessing » the goal to implement the perception mechanisms of the brain in the form of a software more and more. This enables a user to use an extended brain management and to practically implement the information gained in this way.
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Participation on site in Hamburg:
11/21/2017 - 11/21/2017, 09:30 AM
Servant row 4
The lecture will be recorded and prepared for the online version in the days following.
This will then be available online for a few days. Please register here to see the online lecture: