“We hope the minds of the future will be stronger than those of today. It’s as much a personal hope as a hope for civilization: If we’re already running at full capacity, we’re stuck, but what if we’re using only a small fraction of our potential? Well, then the sky’s the limit.” In The Atlantic, Maria Konnikova explains how we might try to make ourselves smarter in (the very near) future — from personalized smart pills to pacemakers for your head. Hacking the Brain.