As I'm sure everyone has heard, Elon Musk's Neuralink plans to start human trials on their Neuralink brain implant in 2020. Considering how big of a (technological) jump this is in relation to other brain implants, do you guys think that this will find its way into biohacker brains anytime in the foreseeable future? Of course, Musk hopes to have it one day become available and usable to everyone, not just the disabled (who it is currently being "marketed" for), so I don't think it is a far stretch of the imagination that soon it will be available for everyone once human trials have demonstrated effectiveness.
I am kinda surprised, I feel like this would have made bigger waves on this forum. I haven't seen anything really on it, so if you haven't heard of it, definitely look into it! It is currently one of the most technologically advanced neural implant, small enough to interact with individual neurons. I have high hopes for this.