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Daniel, How are you this morning? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Doing fantastic Except for you know my fears in the future of robots here and now robots we find out could be predicting what will write next. Based on our past writing, Daniel, How the heck are they going to do this? I think, Listen, I think this is like super cool. We've only really talked in the past about invasive ways of looking inside of your brain and kind of getting what's in there out. But this idea is really more taking the predictive analysis of think that you've written in the past and Than allowing you to get these things out of your head a little bit easier. And this this part of it is from a company called composed Ai, who just raised 2.1 million in seed funding to help us write faster. But the idea really at the end of the day, Aaron is like, let's just get things out of your brain that are sitting there. Well, Is this going to be for a novel writers or just for average people who have to write things from time to time? Yeah, The general idea is, let's help people right a little bit faster by using this idea of things they've written in the past or tone they've used in the past. We're creatures of habit. So getting things out of our head predictably, is really close to mind reading as far as I'm concerned. Yeah. We talked so many times about how near we're getting to where they can actually know exactly what you were thinking. And if you go to quarter, something like that, and they put this machine against you or whatever it takes to Do the mind reading that's kind of scary in a way. Yeah, Jack, I got to tell you. The other article that we've been talking about over this past week is about an artificial intelligence system from the researchers at Chiyoda University that can read the images of person sees in their mind's eye and transform them into digital photographs showed up to 99% accuracy. Certainly the images are low resolution and you have to be inside an MRI machine for the system to work. But the idea is that like you said, eventually computers will be able to scan our brains and transform our mental images and the actual photos we can save and share. They're saying this could arrive Jack within a decade, Which means I could be in court. And they said, Who did you see that evening and we may be able to print it out from my break. No, no, no. Nope. Not happening. Oh, it's going to happen. No, no, no. Oh, yes, sir. Will you think something, and then it just digitally prints out the picture. I mean, how could you find a better resolution image than that, Aaron, You don't even have to take a picture. It's not happening. And then I'm scared that my brain is gonna get stuck in some photo glue. I don't even know how that works. But it sounds terrified. Well, not even taking a photo. But just being able to, you know, they put this thing against your head and your boss asked you. Why were you not here yesterday called in sick. What was wrong? And you word goofing off for doing something you say. Oh, I felt terrible and he looks at it. No, you didn't. You were out golfing. Hustling a girl or a girl is what we do these days. Take the whole day off. That's what we do. All right, well, listen, it scares Do you know what out of me, but it's the future And that's why we always turn to you. The expert Daniel James Scott, R W. F. L, a tech expert. Check him out. Bark catalyst dot com That sparked catalyst dot com or add spark. Catalyst on Twitter. Daniel. Thank you down. We gotta get you coming. You gotta start coming back in again. We're taking people in here. He misses your doughnuts. Yes, sir. It's 6 40. It's 6 49 On am Tampa Bay. Let's check traffic now at John Thomas for.