Computers and smartphones have "augmented" nearly every human on Earth. They make us more productive, competitive, and entertain us 24/7 in ways we could never have imagined. Most would argue they have become "essential" to 21st century life. So what happens when that block of plastic in your hand becomes a neural implant? Our children will interface with each other and the world exponentially faster than we can today, and body augmentation might not just be trendy — it could be a new baseline for competitiveness in a workforce we can barely conceive. Will this incite the greatest generational or class divide ever seen? What are the ethical issues around putting a Google or Facebook chip inside your head? And if every human brain is connected to the network, is some sort of "super consciousness" the Internet's ultimate destiny? Also, Cyberpunk 2077 looks cool!