What is the appropriate amount of time to ruminate on one's own destiny?
Can we do this with the same technology we have now? Can we do this again with a better version just like the ones in the future?" he asks.
This approach is much better than the past or previous versions, but it is not enough. Because today all we have is the same data and everything we might gather could be used by humans on much larger scale, including in our own projects. That's all just a part of a larger solution, but a solution that would improve on existing systems, as well as bring future improvements to our lives far deeper, especially in our own hands.
In order to do this, the researchers hope to use an early version of AI and some technology that is already used in an augmented reality game such as augmented reality apps, such as Oculus Touch. For example, they want humans to be able to interact with physical objects, such as a car, to learn and to be able to see them from a distance and from other objects such as a chair.
They first want to know what this type of behavior is, and if it's important as a part of "learning," they then need to identify a problem with the data and fix it within a few days, which is currently in alpha. That's when they plan to integrate the hardware that sits inside the Rift, which is designed to allow virtual reality apps to use the same data as human and machine learning programs do, instead of having their data collected. That would allow them to see it as we do.
It's all hype you see.