a recording of the (entire) contents of a person’s mind
In quot. 1954, referring to the memory tapes of a robot.
This is an electronic brain-tape message…. Do not be alarmed.
Everywhere Toory was admired…. Toory glowed inwardly. His brain-tapes received the warmth.]
Mother’s Little Boys took the body out and disposed of it, and Mother’s braintape was put into safekeeping by those who would never harm it.
Zhir stardrive kills anything larger than a single cell; anyone who wants to travel between worlds has to have a braintape played into an android body.
People travelled by having braintapes downloaded into android bodies or clones, while their originals stayed at home.
Jerry Shelton, in Thrilling Wonder Stories
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