Deep in the heart of the city, a group of mysterious scientists had been working on a secret project for years. They had
developed a revolutionary technology that would allow computer chips to be implanted in the brains of humans to help
them process complex numerical calculations. This technology promised to revolutionize the field of mathematics and
computing, but the project was shrouded in secrecy. No one knew exactly how many people had been implanted with these
chips, and the scientists refused to disclose any information to the public.
One of the first people who was implanted
with the chip was a brilliant mathematician named Dr. Katherine Lee. Katherine was one of the first people to be
implanted with the chip and was considered to be the "golden child" of the project. She had always struggled with
processing large numbers, but after being implanted with the chip, her abilities skyrocketed. She was able to solve
complex mathematical equations in a matter of seconds, and her work was considered to be revolutionary in the field.
However, as the investigation into the project began to heat up, Katherine began to experience strange sensations in her