Radio frequency identification (RFID) implants: 


Radiofrequency identification (RFID) microchips are used to wirelessly track items/animals, such as a pet injected with a microchip. A passive RFID microchip receives power from an exterior stream and generates a radiofrequency identification signal, which a sensor decodes. RFID nanotechnology has raised the bar for the development of small devices that are being inserted in the physical body of a human for detecting and monitoring people or wirelessly manipulating individual biological systems. An RFID chip placed within the person's anatomy may send data to an off-body scanner across a very short distance (typically 10 cm or less).





Advantages of RFID implants


RFID-implant technologies are projected to share information on different chemical or biological characteristics detected within the body of a living being for biomedical purposes. Diabetes patients can employ such gadgets, which consist of a remote alert system inserted in the person's abdomen area that continuously analyzes the information of a biosensor that is sensitive to glucose concentrations in adjacent liquids.


Our visas and our passports or our IDs already include tracking devices and switching from screening your identification to scanning your forearm would need only a minor infrastructural update. A similar is true for your driver's license and/or Registration Cards of all sorts: all the cops require now is a microchip reader, and you may throw away your purse entirely.

RFID might also be used to power myoelectrical leg/arm. The leg/arm can sense and enhance electric impulses using a myoelectrical limb. The leg/arm then decodes the muscular impulses and motions to decide how the leg/arm should respond. The messages, for example, specify whether the leg/arm should move horizontally or vertically, or whether the hand must open or close.


An implanted microchip or RFID implant can also carry medical data for example information regarding allergens, and medicine the person is already receiving or information on a particular medicine/drug that a physician may recommend to the client. A physician may get or update medical data in real-time using the RFID implant and a digital network.


Other advantages involve reduced client mix-ups, real-time accessibility to medical records, and reduced errors caused by humans while inputting records or statistics at a nursing office. The new details might be entered using a scanning gadget. Because physicians and caregivers will never need to walk to a laptop/PC to add new data, efficiency will rise. It will free up additional time for physicians and caregivers to see patients.


Disadvantages of RFID implants


One possible issue with such implants is that they do not necessarily remain in location. They occasionally move to a new position, rendering it difficult to locate them, which is especially troublesome in medical crises. Electrical dangers, unfavorable tissue responses, infections, and mismatch with surgical or physiological equipment such as MRI scanners are some of the additional concerns. Plus, there’s the matter of electrosurgery and electromagnetic contamination with gadgets and defibrillators, as well as the possible hazards linked with some medications. According to previous scientific studies from 2007, computer microchips induced tumors in about one and ten percent of laboratory rats transplanted with the devices. Despite the reality that such instances are too infrequent to be separated from the cancer hazard connected with every similar implantable (diagnostic) gadget, the reality persists that several possible RFID chip-related healthcare risks have yet to be thoroughly investigated.


We would constantly need to be courteous with RFID implants. Hence no free bus rides, speeding a bit quicker than we ought to, and conjuring up an explanation for being late for work/business. To effectively assist the community, the business supplier(s) must have greater accessibility to



further details that can drastically restrict our liberty. For example, would we continue to be allowed to purchase with cash or a credit card, or would we be required to use our RFID microchip? What if acquiring tracking devices becomes a requirement for, for instance, applying for a position in a certain company or business, getting healthcare coverage, or even getting enrolled in school/college/university? How do we get the implanted devices out?


In such a society ruled solely by a microchip embedded in your body, attackers/hackers and Evil Doers may be able to read and reproduce the information on your microchip on their own, thereby mimicking your bodily existence (which is notably different from just stealing digital credentials).





Ethical concerns regarding RFID implantation in humans


Certainly, there’s a chance that RFID implantation might improve or at least make our lives much easier, but one must consider who ultimately profits from an individual being microchipped. This will make it extremely easy for "Big Brother" to keep watch of our whereabouts, everything we do, how we do it, and alongside whomever we do it. This intelligence might be extremely valuable to huge businesses and governmental authorities. RFIDs might allow authorities, private firms, or cops to wirelessly 'interrogate' persons using microchip scanners located in communal locations, alongside roads, and in walking zones, for example. RFIDs could essentially be accessed just a couple of paces apart by anybody with a scanner. It is a valid problem that necessitates

strict confidentiality and safety restrictions. We do not even understand the potential protracted consequences of microchipping the human body. Humans do not even know what the socioeconomic consequences of extensive microchipping would be. Researchers do not even understand where complications will occur in each aspect of the microchipping concept, and we can't be sure until we attempt it. Hence it would be safe to say that RFID implantation should be banned from Commercial Usage. It should only be used in limited cases concerning particular physical or psychological illnesses, but we should also have an extensive debate regarding the proper usage of RFID implantation for health reasons.


What are brain implants?


A neural implant, also known as a brain implant, is a gadget that is implanted within the brain and communicates with nerves (Sensory neurons that interact using electricity). They discharge electrical stimuli in certain sequences, similar to Morse code. Neural microchip implantation is a man-made item that is inserted into the brain by surgical operation or injections. Scientists may use such gadgets to capture native brain function, enabling them to examine the processes through which functional neuronal networks interact. Brain implants can also provide electric signals to nerves, altering normal activity rhythms and causing nerve cells to connect in new ways.






Advantages of Neural Implants


To administer medications to the inner neurological region, acellular synthetic polymeric brain implants were created using nanotechnology.



The approach distributes medications over lengthy intervals of time, such as weeks or months, by breakdown or dispersion.


Researchers may now use macromolecular techniques for implantation, allowing them to join with brain cells to establish durable connections that could reinstate damaged transmission or motion functionality This would be utilized in cerebral prostheses, that are incorporated into the brain in the same way as genuine legs/arms are, as well as communicative purposes such as allowing individuals to transmit texts and emails using just their imaginative thought.


Cerebral implantation has been utilized to heal Parkinson's disease, anxiety, and epilepsy over multiple years. Modern technology has helped researchers put a microchip covering to the brain implant, allowing the electrodes to connect with the brain with much less resistance. It was a huge advancement in engineering that enabled the device to work for a prolonged period within the patient’s brain.


Researchers are working on a graphene-based new cerebral microchip that can capture minimal electrical activities in the cortex. Because those impulses were formerly challenging to quantify, very little is understood regarding them. The graphene-based implantation enables researchers to detect those impulses, which will help us know the mind better. The device is currently utilized to examine how seizures originate, which might contribute to better epilepsy detection and therapy procedures.





Disadvantages of Brain Implantation


Cybersecurity in these kinds of gadgets is critical because it may have a significant impact on the psychological, emotional, and physical health of individual beings. Under the worst scenario, it might potentially result in a life-threatening illness or even death. An attacker in such systems, for example, can disrupt typical cerebral functions by providing false stimuli within the neural network. The attacker can damage cognitive capabilities, disrupt impulse control, produce discomfort, or even change the patient's behavioral rhythm by delivering bogus sensory cues via Deep Brain Simulations.


Electrodes are placed epidural or subdural during electrocorticography (ECoG). Since they are not prone to cranium smear, they can decipher motor cortex impulses more easily than scalp-based electrodes. They do, however, carry considerable risk of infection and bleeding. Both types of ECoG BCIs, such as the non-invasive method, limit the participants' mobility due to the lines connecting the electrodes to the device. Furthermore, microelectrode grids present the question of biocompatibility among both the inserted items and adjacent brain tissue, in addition to the potential possibility of contamination and bleeding.


How can we make Brain Implantations safer?


Brain-computer interfaces can help people by recovering varied levels of muscle function and, in some cases, the capacity to interact. However, some patients and caregivers’ aspirations may surpass how much they can practically accomplish with the device, resulting in psychological injury. To avoid or minimize injury, applicants with greater levels of intact brain performance should be chosen for BCI research and therapy, and they should be educated on the possible advantages and limits of the technology.


Maybe the greatest profound use of Brain-computer interfaces would be in allowing patients who are barely awake or entirely unconscious to interact. All involved parties must exercise caution and not assume that a Brain-computer interface exhibiting particular amounts of cerebral activation and linguistic comprehension in a person demonstrates a knowledge of the moral gravity of life-and-death choices or the capacity to make them.





Why should we make Brain Implantations illegal for ordinary commercial use?


If only criminals must be implanted, as opposed to the population at large, it will be more difficult to argue against implantation in the face of the increased latitude of governmental control over law-breakers. But would that solve the crisis of systematic poverty & discrimination which are the leading factors of theft & mental disorders?


Often it is the case where we are told to fear the unknown man. Then it becomes easy for the government or private companies to enforce such regulations of mandatory implantations for the poor and underprivileged, thereby enabling the ruling class to control the bulk of the masses into a particular workforce as desired by those who are the rulers of capital. Brain Implantations will not solve war or famine, but they can give people control over their neural functions although such technologies may easily be used to keep people in constant surveillance.


A primary point to be noted is to limit the amount of data to be collected through such implantations. People generally have a level of control over explicit consent regarding the questions as to which of their data may be collected, to what end such data may be processed, and to which third parties the data may be disclosed. In this respect, the person may consent to the disclosure and processing of some of their data. However, the device implanted into the brain may unlimitedly collect data from the person’s brain and leave him/her unnoticed; even when they may not be capable of controlling it. Hence, we should make brain implantations illegal for commercial and surveillance



purposes but keep them legal for treating certain selected mental disorders (only after intensive debate and scrutiny).




RFID (Radio frequency identification) is a product of nanotechnology. It is useful in various aspects like diagnosis of diseases and other biomedical purposes. It also helps in our identity verification, and can be used to power myoelectrical leg/arm, also a RFID microchip implant can carry our medical data and history. Instead of all the advantages RFID has, it also has major drawbacks like this microchip does not necessarily remain in location hence in times of need it may take a long time to locate its position and retrieve the required data. This chip constantly collects data and can transmit it if one has access to it, therefore compromising our privacy and there are also chances that hackers or evildoers manipulate our data and use it wrongly.


Brain implants are RFID microchips that communicate with nerves. They may be connected to the brain to perform various activities such as reinstating damaged transmission or motion functionality. This technology has been used for many years to heal Parkinson's disease, anxiety, and epilepsy. The brain implant has some limitations such as people with greater levels of intact brain performance may overuse it resulting in psychological injuries. Hence, there should be a regulation on who can use these implants and there should also be a limit to the amount of data that can be collected so that one's privacy is not compromised.