The eyes are the most important sensory organ on our bodies. They are responsible for seeing and identifying objects and people, allowing us to act upon that awareness. But how do they work? We have eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin, brain, and a variety of other organs that all work together to help us see and identify objects.
Eye tracking is an incredibly powerful technology that can be used to examine how we see or how we move. It is a form of “3D” imaging. 3D imaging is the act of analyzing a 3D image and creating a 2D image. For example, a 3D camera takes a series of images (e.g., multiple sets of infrared images of the same scene) and builds a 2D image out of all the data.
The technology is even more advanced now. We have glasses, cameras, and other imaging equipment that allow us to see, hear, and move with unprecedented clarity. We can also track our movements with the help of wearable sensors like the ones that go on your phone. The point of this is that we are now able to use our own eyes, ears, nose, skin, and brain to move through space.
The technology is called “augmented reality,” and is all the rage in tech circles these days, as it allows us to see what we’re looking at, hear what we’re hearing, and move around even if we can’t see or hear. It’s a growing concern in science fiction that is being explored in real life, as we’re seeing more and more AI on our screens and in our lives.
Here’s a fun fact: A paper by a group of researchers named The Artificial Intellects Research Group is being published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It details how an AI built using the technology in the ARI project may be able to make its own decisions. In particular, they may be able to take a human’s decision to “get the hell out of the way” and make their own decisions.
It’s a really exciting prospect. The paper says that if a computer is programmed with the right information and given the correct tools to make decisions it becomes a powerful decision maker, though it may be that that is already happening in our lives. Maybe it’s being used more for our own decisions, but it’s also being used to make decisions for other people as well.
This is an interesting idea. We’re already getting to the point where companies are deciding for us that they want to sell us things to make decisions for us. So while it might be cool to know that you can make your own decisions in the future, it would also be cool to know all the decisions you made in the past.
I’m not sure exactly what this is, but the idea is that the “eye program” would be a computer program that would scan our eyes and decide what type of eyes we have and what kind of choices we make. When we say “eyes program,” I think of the many times we’ve been told to “look at me” or “be my eyes.” I’m hoping that we’ll see something similar in our eyes.
I know that the game is set around the end of the 20th century, but I dont think that means you have to make decisions for a time period that is close to that. If we look back in time, we can see a lot of choices that we’ve made that have affected the world we live in. For example, I think about times where I may have thought that my mother was mad at me.