Neural PDA

1.    As you get onto the elevator, you see a familiar face at work that smiles back, you smile politely, look down and think hard how you know this person, what the name is and what would be the most logical next statement to speak to the expectant face.
2.    You’re in a function that you’d much rather have skipped and there pops up an excited old lady who looks at you fondly and you rack your brains for some clues on this homo sapien. Then, she opens her mouth, says something and you hate her already for the insensitivity. Then, you remember that you should have slipped away much before this. But how???????

With all the aging, the brain ages too. And put it together with the myriad of inconsequential stuff you put into it including articles in ‘Times of India’ and you know what I’m talking about. You ran out of disk space in the head. Oh..come on.. there is a limit. Did you think that your mind can hold more than 1 GB of data?? How naïve!!

Here is what the neural PDA would do:
1.    Cilck the picture of the person, store name, age, relation, geographical location, vital statistics (by this, I mean – how you know the person) and MTF (My tolerance factor)
2.    When you come closer to anyone recognized by  the neural PDA, the PDA vibrates gently with the earphone beeping out instructions of the found target.
3.    Target located at 11 ‘o’ clock, distance of 15 feet, this person was in your company bus and you’ve never spoken, object’s eyes have not spotted you, MTF for the person is NA
4.    Or target located at 2 ‘o’ clock, distance of 25 feet, this person is an annoying creature whom you can’t stand, MTF is 0.01, so scurry away

So, what do you think??

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2 comments so far

  1. muse on

    MTF – when are you filing the patent for this;-)?

  2. aurorawonders on

    gihahahaaa…. will file soon. But sadly, MTF for 99% of the people I interact is a measly fraction. 🙂


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