It won't happen with current technology, says Bouton.
"The bone and skin tissue tend to smear the signals, so the fidelity is nowhere near what it is on the surface of the brain," he explains.
But if Meyerson has anything to say about it, the days when a keyboard and mouse cease to exist and you're constantly plugged in are coming.
"I actually believe we will get there. I have about an 80 percent level of faith that it's doable," he says. "But we do hard stuff, and sometimes hard stuff just doesn't work."