Mark Zuckerberg, Telepathy is not science fiction


Mark Zuckerberg is convinced there will come a day when we can all connect to each other mentally. He actually thinks the future of communication will go through telepathy.

The CEO of Facebook is currently the head of a fortune in cash in several billion. His service also ranks first podium reserved for social networking, with more than a billion active users worldwide. However, unlike other billionaires, Mark Zuckerberg does not reclusive lives in his ivory tower.

No, and he even answer questions from his fans, if you want to know everything.

He also organized last week a great session of questions / answers on its social network. For over an hour he has answered all the questions asked by other users of the service.

The future Facebook will (perhaps) by telepathy

Some individuals have even answered the call. As Jeff Jarvis, Arianna Huffington or even … you’ll laugh … Arnold Schwarzenegger. Stephen Hawking was also present, it is to say.

One participant asked how he saw the future of his company. His answer speaks for itself: “One day, I think we will all be able to send directly to the other a bunch of thoughts through technology” . He added: “It will just be able to think of something, and your friends will immediately be aware” . For him, there’s no doubt, the future of Facebook go through telepathy.

Basically, we will no longer need to publish our pictures and videos on the platform, simply close your eyes and think of our last vacation to share our thoughts, our experience and the emotions that result with our friends.

Beautiful, of course, but it must still clear that this is not the first time scientists or even entrepreneurs interested in this subject. In 2013, scientists working for Duke University had even two lab rats implanted with electrodes to try to communicate to them together.

Experience has unfortunately not worked and experts from MIT themselves are not sure it will ever be possible to communicate in this way.

And somewhere, it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Letting a private company in our head inevitably involves risks. Big risks, even.