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  • would you get bionic implants to improve your eyesight?

  • A chip to turbocharge your brain or guard against cancer?

  • A lot of ways it's kind of like a Fitbit in your skull with tiny wires.

  • Well, According to a survey commissioned by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, nearly two thirds of people in leading Western European countries would consider human augmentation the fusing off artificial intelligence into the human body to make it better, stronger or healthier.

  • Marco Prices Kaspersky, European director of global research and analysis.

  • It Wouldn't it be interesting if you could, for example, see in the dark how much off being human will there be in future and how much off technology human hybrids would be in future?

  • Here we go.

  • Great companies like Elon Musk's Neural Link, which has already tested on pigs, aim to implant chips into human brains to help cure neurological conditions like Alzheimer's.

  • Dementia on spinal cord injuries way hope to have this in human patient, um, before the end of next year.

  • So this is not not far.

  • But the Kaspersky survey shows that openness to human augmentation depended on location.

  • People in Britain, France and Switzerland were less receptive on the other hand, those in Portugal in Spain were much more.

  • I was positively surprised.

  • I didn't expected that positive, to be honest.

  • But I think it shows that there is really a huge interest and potential in this technology.

  • Proof says human augmentation is one of the most significant technology trends today.

  • The range off technologies people are researching is huge.

  • Um, basically every single aspect of human bodies being explored.

  • Implanted filtering system for air where you could go without a gas mask or whatever into dangerous areas to have a complete artificial stomach remotely controlled and so on and so on.

  • This is a The survey also showed the majority of people felt that only the rich would be able to get access to human augmentation technology on there were concerns around the risks.

  • There is, of course, this fear about malfunctioning.

  • There is three sphere about criminals and hackers gaining access to your body.

  • This is probably more question about, um, to have more regulation, more standards.

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