Indian Management, June 1985
16 Pages Posted: 30 Dec 2005
Human brain has invented the Computer&upgraded it to a level of Combrains. With Artificial Chemical Memory, these may grow to function as independent Iintellects, Master/Sponsor representatives and self-decision workers with autonomy & supreme capability. Like any human society learn and function with both constructive and destructive ways, the Combrains will too behave. But the dimension of the Combrain behaviour is wide&cover the whole world with Internet. Even if they are a menace, it will be impossible to stop their growth, motivated by the decreasing cost versus the their analysis, search & inference capabilities. As a result, the Governments have to enunciate different laws to control these inanimate Combrains. The best utility of the Combrain will be to identify, plan & derive implementation methods for Basic Needs; Domestic Investment, Savings, Technology; Labour; Management Decision & Productivity Monitoring; and prediction&preparation for the impact of Intangible components in Development process.
Keywords: Artilect, Basic Needs, Behaviour, Brain, Chemical, Combrain, Community, Competition, Constructive, Darwin, Decision, Discipline, Domestic, Dynamic, Fittest, Gravitation, Inanimate, Intangible, Internet, Investment, Labour, Law, Legislation, Memory, Modules, Neuron, Polymer, Productive, Reaction
JEL Classification: B41, D63, D83, F17, F23, F42, I28, K22, K32, K42
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Subramaniam, Viswanatha Sankara Rama, Socio-Economic Implications of Combrains. Indian Management, June 1985. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=872524