Brain-controlled drones are here: What’s coming in the next five years? Single unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) directed by joysticks, radio controllers, and mobile phones are already accomplishing a variety of useful tasks, such as aerial photography and security patrols. But using multiple drones requires multiple human operators, and this presents a coordination problem. Source 2e.
While this seems like a good thing and could help things move on more I get the impression of the Borg. I can see us wanting to get more brain enhancements or muscle enhancements to make us part machine and part human instead of being just human. Now for those that are mobile challenged this could be very good and driving a drone with your mind does sound awesome.