Scientists fuse brains with AI implants to 'give people superhuman intelligence'

Scientists fuse brains with AI implants to 'give people superhuman intelligence'

Brain-boosting electrodes will soon become “like plastic surgery" as all we race to get cybernetic enhancements
By Sofie Jackson 09:46, 21 OCT 2019her
Humans will be turned into cyborgs — with scientists sticking AI implants deep into their brains.
Brain-zapping electrodes have treated seizure patients with promising results, and bizarre and unexpected side-effects of calmness and positivity means they are now being probed as a radical treatment for depression.
It's even theorised that the electric implants can be manipulated to make users max out their brain power — similarly to how amphetamines like Adderall are abused today.
Science power couple Kelly and Zach Weinersmith explored the exciting advancements in their brand new book “Soonish - Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve And/Or Ruin Everything”.
The pair reckon that brain-boosting electrodes will soon become “like plastic surgery” — with people spending shedloads in order to become smarter and stay ahead of the pack.

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