Human identity, the idea that defines each and every one of us, could be facing extraordinary crisis. It goes right to the heart or the head of us all. This crisis could reshape how we interact with each other, what makes us happy and we modify our capacity for reaching our full potentials like individuals. It is caused by effortless reality “human brain” one of our responsive organs, is under threat from the modern world. In 21st century is doing our brains, we could be sleepwalking towards a future in which neuro-chip technology blur the line between living and non living machines, and between our bodies and the outside world.
It would be a world where such devices could develop our muscle power, or our right mind, beyond the custom, and where we all take a daily combination of drugs to control our moods and performance. In this technology time, an electronic chip is being developed that could allow a patient to move a robotic limb just when he start thinking about it. As for drug manipulated moods, they’re already with us although so far only to a medical prearranged extent. Increasing numbers of people already take Prozac for depression as an antipode for bashfulness, and give Ritalin to children to improve their concentration.
What if there were still more medication to improve or “correct” a range of other specific mental functions? Benefits from technology are as well as great dangers as well, and I believe that we are seeing some of those today according to neuro-scientists and the day-today research at Oxford Universities for even better understanding. Brain, in other terms is malleable- not just in early upbringing but right up to early later life, and in certain instances, beyond. The surrounding environment has huge impact on the way our brains develop and how that brain is transformed into a unique human mind.
This is not new that our human brains have been changing, adapting and developing in response to outside stimuli for centuries and creating the new unique and best things day by day.