The human brain is an incredible feat of evolution. But it is not without flaws. Disease and injury can dramatically impair patients and negatively impact their quality of life. The field of neurotech strives to leverage technology to overcome the brain’s limitations. Neuroprosthetics and brain-computer interfaces are some of the most well-known applications of neurotech. These kinds of technologies can enable patients who have been trapped in their bodies to move or communicate again. We could also find new therapies for difficult neurological diseases and mental health conditions. We can also study how the brain functions and gain new insights into human thought. There are still many questions we must ask ourselves when looking beyond neurotech for therapeutics. What ethical challenges must we carefully address? What inequalities could we inadvertently create? As the field of neurotech matures, we are expanding our understanding of the human mind and exploring mysteries we have just begun to imagine.