From the material in the TED lecture "Don't Fear the Super Intelligent." The notion that technology will dumb down our intellectual property, Now that we are all equipped with smart phones, we have access to an infinite amount of resources. In the past, we had to consume a book or other form of media in order to learn, and even in the early days of the internet, before we had smart phones, we had to use a computer. Are we becoming super-intelligent, science-fiction-induced machines, or are we simply idiots with unrestricted access to information? How many times must we access information before we can claim ownership? For instance, we used to copy information, but now we simply read it. Claiming that a portion of AI development involves human contact and mythology is how we assimilate this data. If we just know or experience smart technology and beyond from the perspective of a youthful mind who retains a large proportion of the material we consume, then we are missing out. The concept of encoding human values into devices that interact with REM cycles and the subconscious mind. The all-encompassing notion that humans are attempting to build an afterlife while computers provide us with a paradise experience and fulfill all of our human tasks, such as observing whether the grass needs watering or forgetting to turn off the lights. The finest example is a lecture when I need a reminder, and when my alarm goes off, I remember without knowing why. Since it occurred at an unusual hour, which is not typical. These ideas are such that we are advancing. In this experiment, I am attempting to see whether my mind is capable of learning through novel means, such as reading on my smart devices. I would think that the potential is greater than the risk.