The next generation, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), such as nano-sized robotic-motors will course through arteries for drug delivery, and eventually to provide a direct connection from the brain to the Internet. These devices will range in size from 10-9 meters (a few hundred atoms across) to 10-5 meters or the diameter of a white blood cell. The extent science and engineering realize this ambitious undertaking remains uncertain, especially the magnitude of improving computer-generated intelligence, i.e., information communicated to the brain, not intercepted by the human senses of sight or sound, but bi-directionally between computer and human thought. AI processes on the horizon will translate thoughts making it unnecessary to communicate in the old fashioned way: through speech or writing. A recent breakthrough was reported in Nature Neuroscience. See, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41593-020-0608-8.