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Neil Harbisson, the first cyborg, has an antenna implanted in his head that allows him to hear the frequencies of the light spectrum to detect colors and thus solve his color blindness.
“Am I the only one who finds human genetic enhancement * much more passable than brain implants? Genes are difficult to identify; there is no “gene for obedience to the communist party.” But mixing brains and centralized digital technology runs the risk of undermining our strongest domain of privacy. “