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Cellphones are integrated with humans

Cellphones are no longer separate tools. Instead, chips controlled by your mind are implanted near your temple. Sound is heard through the bone, and visuals are displayed like heads-up displays through your eyes (retina). Making a call is simple. You merely think of who you need to call, and the cellular interface retrieves the number from your memory bank, or even through the Internet cloud via Wi-Fi.

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Court T what if u call someone u dont wnt to 16 Apr 2019
Siyabonga L Mbatha Impossible 05 Apr 2019
Borris Not a chance. This future of the Earth is supposed to be 32 years down the line. Neurologist Phil Kennedy was experimenting on humans in 1998 and even if the science has progressed, it has shown that people do not want intrusive technology. Even then we're so far from being able to read minds with computers, it wouldn't matter if the implants for heads up displays on the eyeball worked. A far more realistic prediction would be highly responsive and understanding virtual assistants built into augmented reality glasses to complete the same task. 06 Feb 2019
Michael de Châtillon Since posting this prediction South African scientists have found a way to link the human brain to the Internet. "To allow the Brainternet to work, test subjects wear an Emotiv EEG, which monitors their brain activity. This EEG collects their brain waves and transmits them to a Raspberry Pi, a computer that is a bit smaller than the average smartphone. The signals are then sent to an application programming interface, enabling communication between software programs. The end result is the data being displayed on an open website, accessible to anyone interested in observing the individual’s brain activity. But the team’s current accomplishments are just a hint of what is yet to come." https://www.richardvanhooijdonk.com/en/blog/brainternet-south-african-scientists-found-way-link-human-brain-internet/ 06 Feb 2019
Ndumiso Arthur Saungweme I think it's a little far-fetched. full human-chip integration seems to require a lot of mad science. this type of integration may require users to maybe undergo some sort of surgery and a close look at the health hazards associated with this. what effects will that type of display have on the human eye? what type of modifications would we have to make to the human anatomy? what would power these devices and chips assuming some of the technology will be internal? Currently, I see it almost impossible to be implemented by this time given how complex the brain is and how that can eventually strain the brain over long use... that is just what i think. 06 Feb 2019
Austin Spencer Peters Maybe 2050 or even 2060 but not 2040 06 Feb 2019