Machine implantation on humans, often referred to as human-machine interfaces or brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), is an area of ongoing research and development. While there are some existing technologies that interface with the human body, such as pacemakers and cochlear implants, more advanced forms of machine implantation are still in the experimental stage. Here are a few examples:
Neural implants: Neural implants are devices that are surgically implanted into the brain to establish a direct interface between the brain and external machines. They can be used to restore lost sensory or motor functions in individuals with disabilities. For instance, researchers are exploring the use of neural implants to enable paralyzed individuals to control robotic limbs or communicate directly through thought.