Of course it'll definitely only be used to influence behaviour etc for benign purposes...
"The graphene electrodes can be miniaturised to nanoscale fabrication, with the potential to reach single-neuron resolution. As such, the light, biocompatible material can be converted into much smaller devices than current neural implants, with the potential to be programmed, upgraded and recharged wirelessly."
"The company designs small implantable brain intelligent systems, with the ability to decode with unprecedented high fidelity brain signals to produce a therapeutic response, adapted to the clinical condition of the specific patient."
"According to a 2010 study commissioned by the European Brain Council, the cost of brain disorders in Europe alone reaches approximately 800 billion euros a year, with more than one-third of the population affected. "
European Brain Council !?
Now then - who exactly will be determining what constitutes a "brain disorder" ?
"How INBRAIN Neuroelectronics develops graphene-based neural implants"
PS. Happy "Graphene Week" everyone ! 20-24 September. Organised by the EU's Graphene Flagship program: