‘Can you imagine in 10 years when we are sitting here we have an implant in our brains and I can immediately feel, because you all will have implants… and we measure you all your brainwaves.’
During a World Economic Forum meeting in 2017, Bilderberg steering committee member Klaus Schwab asked Google co-founder Sergey Brin if he could envision a future where everyone has an implantable brain chip.
Schwab made the comment in relation to remarks by Brin, who’s a WEF Young Global Leader, highlighting that machine learning solutions are constantly being made in the field of biochemistry.
“So Big Data digital tools [are] at the service of medical and biological progress and advancing very fast,” the WEF founder and Great Reset architect said.
“But can you imagine that in 10 years when we are sitting here we have an implant in our brains and I can immediately feel, because you all will have implants [tells audience], I can – and we measure you all your brainwaves – and I can immediately tell you how the people react, or I can feel how the people react to your answers. Is it imaginable?” he asked.
“I think that is imaginable,” Brin affirmed, going on to describe a possible transhumanist future where consciousness could be transplanted into machines.
“I think you can imagine that, you’d imagine, well you’re going to be sort of transplanted into, you know, the internet so to speak to live forever in a digital realm. You know, you can imagine that, you know, you just in your biological incarnation are going to live to be some very long age.”
Brin went on to claim it’s impossible to predict where technology could be heading.
Meanwhile, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed his Neuralink brain chip project is on track for human trials by the end of 2022.
First trial application of @neuralink in a human by year end? 🤞🏼— Tesla East Bay Club |Fremont| 🇺🇦🕊🦊 (@TeslaOwnersEBay) April 24, 2022
he bizarre discussion reveals the transhumanist future globalists envision for humanity, who they want to condemn to a digital prison where people can more easily be controlled.
See the exchange in context: