Business Woman Gets Cell-Phone Implant
Mrs. Jane Whitamore made history on January 29, 2014. New technologies involving cell-phone implants, computers, and many other new gadgets have been rapidly progressing over the last few years. Whitamore was chosen for her business and scientific involvement, making her a prime candidate for this experiment. The implant was created by the Institute of Technological Leaps. Dr. Ross Neilman of ITL reports that Whitamore is being closely monitored to be sure that her body does not reject any of the newly added implants. A key pad has been placed on her inner-arm, but still allows her full movement and flexibility with her arm. A small control chip is located above her back shoulder blade. This is where a majority of the information and technology is stored. A very minor chip was also placed in her brain. This only activates the phone and will not hurt thinking, memory, or other functions of the brain. Other chips and control panels are located in various areas of her body, but this information cannot be given to the public. When Whitamore was asked about the process, her response was simple, “I was interested in helping advance technology, as well as helping my own company” commented Whitamore, “there has been no pain or discomfort. I feel like something from the Jetsons!” From the lab to the general public, we have no specific dates on when these implants will be available. Dr. Neilman reports that he hopes to make this product into a part of your anatomy. Not only does he plan to make the devices smaller and less noticeable, but he wants them nearly unrecognizable as technology. “I doubt the exact model seen in Whitamore will ever be repeated. My hope is to be able to customize each implant so that the person receiving them has an individual model,” said Dr. Neilman. With the ideas and advances we are seeing from ITL I see no reason why we will not be seeing this technology at our fingertips very quickly.
Websterville Baptist Christian School