The Ambassador, the future of translation?
I have recently been interested in the usefulness of using implants that function as hearing aids, either through implants or somewhat less invasive. But recently, I read about a device called "The Ambassador", a device of a small size that can be put in the ear like a headset and, through the mobile, translate what they are saying to your language.
It is really useful, and if its use were extended, we could talk to each other without learning another language. Obviously, my idea is to take this invention to its maximum expression. To what extent is it possible to incorporate such a technology into our body? Can the implants in the ears make the sound bounce from our mobile to an amplifier, and from them to the implant, listening, without the need of the hearing aid, what they are telling us, in a completely strange language? I had thought of the idea that a user of the forum had said recently, that is, a small external device attached to the back of the ear, the hairless area. I think that if the device in question is made very, very small and in the specific way of our head, we could stick it to that area and hear the sound transmitted by the device.
Does it sound like too much science fiction?