Neuralink demonstrates the progress they are making with their neural interface. A monkey is able to wirelessly and capably play Pong with nothing but his thoughts. While this is still a relatively simple 2D interaction, it's remarkable to me to see this tech mature beyond cumbersome lab environments full of cables and hardware as well as the low learning curve and speed of calibration.
Neuralink's short term goal seems to now be thought controlled computer/smartphone operation, but the sky is the limit for this technology with enough time and development. Right now its utility probably isn't worth brain surgery for healthy people but it could work wonders for the disabled. One day when the tech has matured enough to enable superhuman feats and brand new experiences, healthy people may want implants too.
What about you? How far along would neural interfaces need to get for you to consider one? Would you consider implants if they provided significantly higher fidelity than wearables (being able to feel, rather than just command, for example)?