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Socio-Economic Implications Of Combrains

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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

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Paper provided by EconWPA in its series Development and Comp Systems with number 0512022.

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Date of creation: 24 Dec 2005
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpdc:0512022
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