Trope-a-Day: Brain-Computer Interface

Brain Computer Interface: The most ubiquitous kind of cybernetic implant, although the modern ones are mostly grown in place.  The most modern ones, the neural laces, are functionally part of your brain architecture and so behave like actual extra senses/limbs/memories and faster, more accurate thoughts once you learn the right way to think to activate them.  The older generation, the virtual interface implants (VIIs) were less sophisticated, just behaving as wearables that you didn’t have to actually wear.