As technology enhances our lives more and more, we are in more and more danger of abusing it, using the asymmetric power of knowledge and strength to gain unfair advantages over others.

We also may be in danger of absorbing so much technology that the technology, not our humanity, takes precedence. I would rather be a human at the bottom of society than a machine at the top. But we must prevent ourselves from making that sacrifice.

The link below talks about building an ethical framework for such and augmented society.

But is falls short in my opinion. Should we have a society where you cannot compete unless you have the requisite enhancement chips installed from birth? And what happens when, along with the new capabilities, it come with some control features that the government finds handy.”

Nope, needs some work.

Augmented tech can change the way we live, but only with the right support and vision