Some individuals on this planet happily look forward to merging a human boy with electronics. Known as biohacking, the trend is still very niche in 2019. However, one self-experimenting biohacker is currently under investigation. Injecting CRISPR into his own body to enhance muscle growth raises a lot of questions, for obvious reasons.
On paper, there is no law which prevents anyone from performing biohacking methods on their own body. This can be done in many different ways. One of the most common examples is to embed a microchip into one’s hand to complete payments and engage with smart locks, for example. This trend is especially popular in Scandinavia, albeit similar initiatives can be found all over the world.