… are the cornerstones for human social interactions, and an emotionally balanced life, organic and cognitive alike. Therefore, I have mapped basic venues of personal interest in research about biophotonic human memory-encoding; aside from coding Neural Systems for machine-learning, and voice recognition.
(Similar to the voice you heard in the introduction video).
Over photonics interactive based procedural memory when stored in the brain’s basal ganglia and cerebellum.
Neural systems involved in cognition and emotion can help people suffering from depression or anxiety.
Mapping earliest stages of memory encoding like sensory memory. The type of memory that allows us to briefly store simple sensations.
Average person has memory capacity of approximately 11 terabytes; long road to understand user focus and engagement span.
A closer examination of the active and dynamic process within the mind leads to a much more aspirational and inspirational understanding of human experiences than our traditional reactive view.
This aspirational understanding opens doors for those like me interested in either neuroscience or psychology as it provides another avenue of exploration which unites these two disciplines.