According to reports, this neural dust contains a complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) that allows it to monitor and track a person’s brain activity. After gathering this data, the dust then transmits it to a special transmitter installed on a person’s scalp.
Here’s how The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) describes the technology:
“Thousands of biologically neutral microsensors, on the order of one-tenth of a millimeter (approximately the thickness of a human hair), would convert electrical signals into ultrasound that could be read outside the brain.”
microscopic cranial implants offer a way for nefarious entities to literally enter the minds of humans, perhaps undetected, and track their thoughts and behaviors. This is a much more likely scenario — a type of “Mark of the Beast” for one’s brain that could even allow governments to control people’s minds.