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    The image above is pretty self-explanatory. The transition from human to cyborg-human is already underway. I suspect that within the next decade or so we'll be seeing some very interesting developments, and possibly full implementation of brain chips. The human brain seems to be nothing more than a 3-dimensional motherboard, just waiting to have some hardware embedded into it...

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         Sun, Jan 3, 2010  Permanent link
    Nice diagram!

    I wonder what things will be like when this stuff really picks up. I hope problems get ironed out before people decide it should be popular or something.

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