Transferring Data Between Two Human Minds

In Steve Pavlina’s article 10 Weaknesses of Human Intelligence, he mentioned one thing:

Poor networking capabilities – Transferring data between two human minds is slow, tedious, and error-prone, and the protocols are beyond confusing. It’s a safe bet that Microsoft is involved.

It is not mentioning “Microsoft” the reason I quoted his thoughts. I think not only Microsoft is trying to improve the capabilities for transferring data between two human minds, lots of other companies are also devoting in such works. For example, QQ (tencent.com in China), MSN, AOL, Google Talk and other instant messenger company are trying to help people communicate with each other. And these days, lots of social network websites are online helping people to have a better relationship online or offline. I could say that this is a big direction for IT future.

And I am thinking about in which ways there are needs of innovations for transferring data between two human minds. IMHO, some big companies may already be on their ways.

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