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So it begins, my adventure to the new world.

Perhaps a few hundred years late to be an original explorer, but maybe I can be explorer 2.0!

Meet Molly 2:15
so this is love

My thoughts turn to work.

What is it I came here to do? Not look at silly pictures of people's dogs or kids all day that’s for sure. But the money is insane, always the money..

What emotional need lies behind the urge to share all these images, all these memories?

This desire to share, to communicate is what interests me…

First two months has been my first real holiday from myself!

But now it creeps back, the memories, everything I have read or seen so mixed up I cant tell what was mine or somebody else’s stolen dreams and memories that fill me up and drive me crazy, still I should be used to this. I find ways of dimming the voices but they are impermanent and short lived, often followed by a cursed hangover.

Tonight a revelation: Molly took me to see a lecture by Bruce Sterling, the guy who invented spimes!

He wrote a great novel with William Gibson called the Difference Engine, about the first computer, based on a textile loom way back in the 19th little distance we have come since.  Warp weft, On and off 1, 2 dot dash..

Reread Neal Stephenson's ‘Cryptonomicon.'

The world has always craved connectivity. Walls connect as do roads. The first digital connections came underwater in the 19th century when we laid the first telegraphic cabling across the Atlantic. Ones and zeros. The telegraph, same technology as the apps we use today. The world is covered in cabling, fibre optics, bandwidth. The ownership of this cabling and not the information it carries is where the money is!

At some point Memorize will have to control the means of delivery, the infrastructure that will need to be created in order to deliver our products. Information, much less knowledge, doesn’t transmit itself through thin air, well it does, but not for nothing! This is for me the real 2.0 thinking.

From: Anonymous
To: Antoine
Subject: Nailed it.
24 March 2014 11:29

Check out this article from MRC cognition brain sciences unit at Cambridge. Yeah I hacked it. 

It's amazing. They talked to a patient in a coma using magnetic imaging scans, measuring the surge of bloodflow that accompanies neural activity. Now that's proper data mining. 

New England Journal of Medicine wrote about it a few months ago, but they remarked on the electrical signatures that accompany same neural activity. If you could correlate both then communication becomes mappable…

First batch of sensors arrived today from laboratory.

Expensive but worth it. Can’t wait to test the software.

Stayed up till 3am as I took Molly through a list of simple question/answer responses.

Very slow work as software and device is very rudimentary. Yes, no, good, bad, funny sad... and that took two hours, cross checking, recording fifty readings within a micron of similarity before moving on and then feeding in a randomised control question. Basically took all night.

At last a project I can work on!

If we take the minute but readable heat changes that take place with thought I can make an app that communicates simple colour coded messages directly from the brain. A mind reading app basically, little more than a tarot reading gimmick at this point, but the possibilities...

In the future we can map this empathy circuit in the brain.

Via electricity, or even vibrating frequency, giving grammar to our heat and temperature readings.

These new quartz-ceramic heat sensors are so finely tuned they can pick up at least ten more discernible variations of brain activity.

The more these develop the bigger our language will get; we grow exponentially with this technology, but for now we have limited control over it.

We like, we share, we check in, we follow, we plan, we book, we are all in this together.

There is no fear of dissolving who we are, of our information being mined, for this mining creates further ways for us to connect. Knowledge is power, but what we have here is just information. This is just foreplay, just a taste of what comes next. Our mind map, the connections we make, our neural social network, turns this information into knowledge, a deeper understanding of our desires and connections.

Information mining is all surface. Mining knowledge operates at a much deeper level, and the seams of data it mines are therefore that much richer. Today we have sur-facebook, tomorrow Memorize!

Antoine Cartier-Wells

San Francisco, USA

Molly gave me the first ring she made for my sensation engine.

I can fit the sensor inside and it will look just like a normal ring, all silver reflections and sci-fi angles. Very cool but temperamental, so I'm sticking with the headset for now. In the future I can imagine implants, but that's inhumane, right?

To be able to read the anterior cingulate (ACC) is how to understand how we we respond to pain, our own and that witnessed in others! And we can do this now.

The ACC triggers the Anterior Insular (AI) which literally lights up when pain is encountered. In strictly neurological terms it defines pain. From waterboarding to mass shootings, this thing lights up like a Christmas tree. An emotional lighthouse!

The Amygdala is the part of the brain that regulates emotional learning. And what is emotional learning if not the interpretation of memory?

My aim is for the next gen of sensor rings to have wifi and transmit moisture readings, as well as temperature, remotely to the software engine.

Currently making great strides in my research with my Emotiv EPOC™ headset.

My brain says hungry. It says sweet.

My memory of sweet things flashes (via heat/moisture recognition pads) crème brûlée and pain au chocolat. The geotagged database on my computer suggests three local outlets for these products. Simple and crass it may be, but this is the beginning. From hunger to taste to product all through mapping of brain function..the road ahead is mind boggling!

If the sensation engine could map all of our fears and desires, track our emotions and communicate them, give us the self knowledge of what our body and mind are telling us at least we will have the opportunity to change.

It could match up desire with desire, cancel fear with happiness. It would be like Linear programming for emotion, for the soul!

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This is the journal of Antoine Cartier-Wells. Hacker, chess player, social entrepreneur and founder of Memorize.

You have found it because you use the internet and live in a world where social media, sharing, and information consumption is a way of life - welcome to your world.

This journal plots the birth of Memorize, a company founded on the simple principle of empathy and understanding, whose goal was always to bring people together and bridge the boundaries and differences that language imposes on us.

In this, the new technology gold rush, information is power. But by putting power in the wrong hands and despite the best intentions, things can go horribly wrong…

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In 2013 it is safe to say that memories are the last private and intimate pieces of ourselves that haven't been uploaded to social media for others to see. 

Everyday, everything we see, hear, touch and smell is stored in real time in our brains. Our memories define who we are.  

In 2084 this final barrier has been brought down by Memorize, a Paris based corporation, and their brain implant known as the Sensen. 

Through the Sensen, Memorize owns the most intimate and personal data of 99% of the population. Citizens are aware of Memorize's control but are willing to accept it because of the pleasure that memory sharing and deletion has to offer. However, there are a small number of activists who choose to fight against Memorize; they are known as the Errorists.

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