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The end of smart phones: Time for advanced brain-computer interfaces

By the year 2050, humans will no longer use smart phones. Instead, their brains will be directly connected to the internet through advanced brain-computer interfaces. When someone wants to access information, call a friend, turn on a light, or order a meal, they simply need to think about it, and it will happen. AIl algorithms will run alongside normal brain functions, helping people learn new skills, manage their lives, and perform complex tasks. 

The cloud will become an extension of each person's brain, much like our smart phones are today, except all the information will be seamlessly integrated into our conscious awareness of the world around us.

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Christopher Sweezey I'd definitely be on board with this. My only concern would be that my brain would now be hackable. That's VERY concerning, actually... 07 Jun 2019
Braden Currah To an extent this seems plausible, and I don't doubt that people will jump on it. It could have some very negative impacts if taken too far, though. 06 Feb 2019