I’m just going to go with the idea that science can be used for good or for evil, and leave it there. Science has been useful for advancing the Gospel and bringing it to places that it hasn’t been before, preserving human life so the Gospel can reach them, and informing us about God’s creation. It serves as a form of love for others and for the world.
It also has been used for evil, to build nuclear bombs, poison gas, evil hackers in dark basements, and Twitter. Further, technology only rearranges and exposes the moral character of the humans using it. It cannot save or improve the moral character of human race; only the Gospel can do that.
Relying on technology for salvation is not Christianity; it is Postmodernism. Further, Elon Musk is a humanist and his Neuralink project sounds like a precursor to the Mark of the Beast. A technology that was once intended to help quadrapeligics operate computers is now being used for evil.
On the third hand, I don’t think we are Christians should limit or campaign against science, because it’s just another tool that God has given us. I would be wary of tech that has the power to Do mind control or involves wires sticking out of our heads, but that has to do with health and preference reasons rather than spiritual ones. Also I find it creepy.
Through people from the 1800’s might have found my iPad creepy...