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Nettie: I'm not really a traditionalist. These two consider anyone who doesn't want to implant machines or rewrite their genetic code to be a luddite.
Al: It's not an or. It's an and. Implants and genetic code.
Al: If we want a standard neural interface, it simplifies things to have the brain standardized at the connection point.
Tess: It would be safer and allow for mass production. If every neural interface has to be a custom job, the price and chance of failure goes up.
Tess: The future of transhumanism isn't some seedy back alley surgeon doing illegal modifications.
Al: It's McDonald's. Over fifty billion served.