Today in the US, UK, Sweden, Germany, Australia, New Zealand there are thousands of people who enter the train or the office with devices designed and manufactured by the Spanish Juanjo Tara, a leading international technologist. The UK is buying.
It is the first step for the world of cybors that is coming. And it’s not fantasy. It is enough to see the latest advances made by technology greats like our interviewee. Just listen to him. Remember if not that Jules Verne phrase stating that “whatever one man can imagine, another man can make it come true”.
Thanks to technology we will be able to develop abilities that were unthinkable thirty years ago and, as a result of it, a difference can be created between the 100% biological human and the human with technological improvements. Which leads Juanjo Tara to ensure that “the next evolution of the human is going to be technological, not biological” and that “wearables are not the end, they are the way to something more”.
With his company DSruptive he is digitizing the human body to understand things that we cannot know now. We will be able. It will be thanks to its microdevices and the interfaces that technology giants like Elon Musk, Google or Microsoft are working on. It ensures that those interfaces and their devices will connect. “We will use Neurolink as the router of our human body.”
Now they measure 3mm x 12mm, the size of a grain of rice, they are painless, they are not perceived, except for the lud that lights up when it acts; but they will be much smaller, so much so that they are not perceived by the human eye and can be introduced into any organ to emit information about it and allow us, among other things, to prevent diseases and endow us with qualities.
In ten or fifteen years we will jump to nanotechnology. Juanjo Tara is clear about it: “In the end, our body is going to be an internet. We still have a technological leap.”
This will lead to a dystopian world in which, Tara reflects, technological inequalities can be created between individuals. “A difference can be created between the 100% biological human and the human with technological improvements.” Will it make sense to study? Compete in the Olympics? Will the capacity for effort be lost when we can have everything with microchips that endow us with knowledge and qualities?
We reflect on it in this interview.
X-ray of Juanjo Tara:
Born in Almería, he studied computer engineering in Madrid and a Master of Innovation in Computing in Malmö (Sweden). He has lived in Norway, Sweden and China. In 2016 he made the world’s first payment using chips and Bitcoin.
He has given conferences and technological stays in London, Shenzhen and Brussels.
In 2021 he received the Blue Genius award.
He is a startup mentor for Telefonica’s open future.
Awards in recent years:
-He did the world’s first clinical trial using implantable chips.
-Top 10 Spain España FedEx
-Telefonica hall of fame 2021
-European Top 10 deep tech startups (European business Àngel network).
-Finalist everis award 2021
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