• Terrence Aym
Yes, that's right. In less than 10 years you might be expected to join millions of other "augmented humans" with a shiny new iBrain. As privacy experts cringe, advocates virtually wax poetic, ecstatically ticking off on their fingertips an array of benefits. And while it's true benefits exist, the downside of chips implanted in peoples' brains could thrust hapless humanity into a proverbial 21st Century witches' brew torn from the pages of Macbeth.
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