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  • I think that the pace and scope and ease of interfacing a computer with the brain to replace lost function such as sight/hearing etc, will see a massive uptick in development and actual application to patients in the real world.

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  • hope that cyber security is one, but AI and VR are already growing in acceptance. My company has been adopting HoloLens and that is pretty neat. Some cool options up there but those are the 3 that I think will be the most prominent.

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  • As much as it scares me, I think brain-computer interfaces will become fairly mainstream.

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  • Thanks for everyone's inputs! The future of IT is certainly scary but I believe that there is a lot of good that can come (i.e. interfacing a computer with the brain to replace lost functions such as sight/hearing etc). Like I always say - I love the challenge (and thrill) of this ever-evolving space.

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