How Brain Implants Could Give Us Superhuman Abilities

Brain implants are neural implants that are used to stimulate the parts & structures of the nervous system. These implants are technical systems that communicate with the nervous system and help to enhance senses, physical movement, and memory after a stroke or other head injuries. Deep brain stimulation and spinal cord stimulation are used to treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and epilepsy, among other neural disorders.

Technology has touched all aspects of our lives in this 21st century world that we live in and has, in fact, become an integral part of our lives. So much so that we start feeling incomplete as soon as we manage to get away from it.

No doubt, it has enhanced our lives in many different ways and today we can do things that we couldn’t have even imagined a few decades ago. I mean, sending a text to someone half way around the world in an instant? Almost feels like magic, doesn’t it?

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But in the future, we may no longer have that option. We are fast approaching a world where tech is no longer ‘an integral part of our lives’ in a figurative way but a more literal way. The upside? We may just get ourselves some superhuman abilities!

Brain Implants - A Commonality In The Future?

Brain implants are not actually a new thing and have been around for decades, but their use has been very limited. They have existed mostly in the form of cochlear implants used by people with impaired hearing or vision problems.

They have also been used for stimulating particular motor areas in the brain to alleviate Parkinson’s diseases symptoms in people.

The current research and development however, has taken a slight detour and now we are entering into the realms of science fiction where we are looking for ways to enhance our brain and its abilities. If scientists have their way, in just a few decades, we may have superhuman abilities, essentially creating Human 2.0.

The current research and development however, has taken a slight detour and now we are entering into the realms of science fiction where we are looking for ways to enhance our brain and its abilities. If scientists have their way, in just a few decades, we may have superhuman abilities, essentially creating Human 2.0.

These futuristic implants could be sold in the future as just another consumer devices that are sold today, giving the user a wide range of capabilities. If it becomes a commonality, we are looking at either a utopian world or a dystopian one.

Source: steemit