• ReverendEntity

    I think we are long overdue for cognitive implants. We should have worked out how to compensate for people's varying degrees of learning ability by implanting chips and loading software. After all, don't most jobs boil down to knowing how to execute a specific set of instructions in an efficient and effective manner? At the very least, we should be able to stimulate the appropriate sections of the brain with varying levels of electrical impulses via remotely triggered neural generators. And shouldn't nootropics not only be legal, but practically mandatory?