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In today's episode, we stay technical with the topic of digitization:
Niels Löwe from Lionizers interviewed us about this in his podcast Wege der Digitalisierung. The interview was published in return for our Interview with Niels on the topic of IOT - Internet of Things led.
We see ourselves with our BRAINfood Podcast as a travel companion to the limits of our consciousness and perception - based on modern brain research.
What this journey of knowledge is all about can be seen in our GEHIRNfutter Podcast Trailer and listen to it. There you will also find our current broadcasting schedule.
HERE IS THE OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVIEW IN THIS PODCAST SEQUENCE ON DIGITALIZATION WITH BRAIN by Niels:
How can brain research contribute to digitalization? Does brain hacking mean that we will soon be able to connect our computer to our brain? Or can software help me think? The answers to these questions are provided today by Thomas and Uwe from the NEURONprocessing Think Tank, Academy & Institutewho want to use digital methods to access our brains in a deeper and more far-reaching way than before.
Their work is based on a process that has been researched for decades: A person solves a series of specific small tasks, putting their brain in a state perfect for creative problem solving. At first, the two founders started offering this process in paper form as part of training courses.
Over the years the medium became more digital, the process remains: First a learning DVD, later an app for the iPad, and today the process can be freely accessed on a website called "NEURONprocessor" through. The training for efficient use still exists, but this process is now available to the masses and can be used by anyone to get in the mood for creative work.
Another digital business model has emerged: In the "think tank", a crowd of experts from various disciplines, customers can have solution approaches developed for their problems. The third mainstay of the company is the self-publishing service NEURONpublisherthrough which users can publish ideas, concepts and knowledge.
NEURONprocessing is an exciting example of the digitization of business models, but also of the transformation of research into usable applications. There are also some exciting insights from brain research on the topic of productivity.
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OUTLOOK FOR THE NEXT BROADCAST
In the next show, after our longer break from broadcasting, we will give an update on the new NEURONprocessor 3 and our new StartUp - the NEURONprocessing Think Tank, Academy and Institute for Brain & Future Research deliver.