10 ways we'll be super-human by 2030

We're about to take an evolutionary leap. Here's how humans will transform over the next decade. (Prepare to have your mind blown.)

by Rohit Talwar et al

Thanks to advances in biology, genetics, pharmaceuticals, wearable technology, neurotech, and wireless connectivity, it is increasingly conceivable, and scientifically possible, that humanity - rather than being overshadowed by the rise of AI - might be ready to surpass all previous real or imagined limitations of our brains and bodies. 

Here are 10 ways we may be super-human by 2030:

1. Instant content upgrades

In the next 10-15 years, we could be able to perform instant content updates to the human brain eg: uploading a new language, a map, knowledge about a client or project, and key information prior to a romantic date or a business meeting. This would be achieved either through direct downloads to our web-connected brains or via plug-in memory devices for more confidential information.

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