DW Reporter Maya Shwayder got a chip implanted at the world's largest computer expo - CeBIT. The chip can generate data - turning Maya into a cyborg.
Human progress across the centuries has been based on the fundamental desire to make things better. The vast leaps in technology mean that editing the human genome could get as easy as editing text on your smartphone.
Bio implants will soon be able to house our keys, wallets, and our whole lives - all within our own flesh. Maya Shwayder tried one out at the Cebit fair in Hanover.
The Cebit trade fair in Hanover was once the world's biggest computer technology trade fair. Today, it's trying to redefine itself - and the future of digital tech as Andreas Becker reports from the fair venue.
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