The ability to hack the human brain like a computer might seem far-fetched to some, but it’s something we have covered extensively here at Activist Post. The possibility has even prompted a Nevada senator to seek legal restrictions on microchip implants.
The fact is that neuroscientists have been studying various methods of creating brain-computer interfaces for quite some time. Naturally, the benefits get touted, but there also has been a clear move by the military to use this as a high-tech form of direct mind control.
Melissa Dykes covers the research and the reasons why people will likely be conditioned to accept brain hacks in the future.
Watch their mini-documentary Obsolete here.