The head of the board of directors of Darnitsa Group Dmytro Shymkiv
not only believes in this, but even personally knows the carrier of such a chip. In the spring, 34-year-old Neil Harbisson, a British artist and composer who is considered the world's first cyborg, came to Kyiv. From childhood, he suffered from achromatopsia and saw the world in black and white. In 2003, Neil got implanted an antenna with microchips into his skull, and now he recognizes the sound frequencies of colours.
"Imagine, a guy with an antenna in his head hears colours! It sounds like science fiction, but it is real technology, owing to which Neil has become a person with additional capabilities", Dmytro says enthusiastically.
There are already other cyborgs in the world. They predict the weather, "see" with the back of their head and even determine the direction to the north, like migratory birds.
"It is important that cybermodification of the body will help preserve the planet's ecosystem. If we learn how to regulate body temperature, we do not need heating. If we "level up" our eyes to have night vision, we will not need street lights, "concludes the top manager of "Darnitsa".