Human biohacking: an exciting prospect, but only for the rich?


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A multi-nation study finds that many of us consider biohacking exciting, but fears concerning hacking and privacy remain. 

Human augmentation can describe many things. Hearing aids, pacemakers, and prosthetics are already in use, but in the future, we could be using the term for implants that improve cognitive abilities; chips that connect us to our smart devices, or bionic eyes that can restore lost sight, and more. 

When it comes to future applications, countries worldwide are pushing ahead with the development of new technologies which could result in enhancements to the human body.

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