5 Crazy Things You’ll Be Able to Do With Your Mind by 2050

Theoretically, a recording device could also read brain activity and play the pattern back to you, causing you to see, think, or feel whatever was on your mind while it was recording.

Micah Lee at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) sees some practical problems with this sort of technology. “While cyberpunk fiction makes it seem like cybernetic implants will be all the rage in the coming decades, this sort of implant has a huge problem,” he told Heathline. “They're expensive and hard on your body to upgrade, and of course we're all going to want to next big thing as soon as it's released.”

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