- Bryan Johnson’s firm, Kernel, is working on a microchip to be implanted in brain
- He says the chips will allow people to buy and delete memories as they wish
- Rather than being reserved for the rich, Mr Johnson says the chips will be ‘democratised, like smartphones’
Implanting a microchip into your brain to unlock its full potential may sound like the plot from the latest science fiction blockbuster.
But the futuristic technology could become a reality within 15 years, according to Bryan Johnson, an expert working on such a device.
The chips will allow people to buy and delete memories, and will soon be as popular as smartphones, Mr Johnson claims.
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