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Today India News Neuralink, Elon Musk’s brain-computer biz, unveils pig with chip in brain

Today India News Neuralink, Elon Musk’s brain-computer biz, unveils pig with chip in brainToday India News

“This is increasingly sounding like a Black Mirror episode”Elon Musk, introducing Neuralink.

Elon Musk’s brain-computer-interface enterprise right this moment unveiled a prototype that entails a pig with a pc chip implanted inside their brain.

The coin-sized gadget is implanted beneath the creature’s cranium.

“It’s like a Fitbit, but in your skull,” says Musk, and it is implanted by a robotic.

“Consenual, conceptual telepathy” is one other phrase Musk mentions, alongside with the power to see bloodstains. Great.

The aim is to “cure neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s, dementia and spinal cord injuries and ultimately fuse humankind with artificial intelligence,” reports Reuters:

“An implantable device can actually solve these problems,” Musk stated on a webcast Friday, mentioning illnesses comparable to reminiscence loss, listening to loss, melancholy and insomnia.

But Musk stated the main target of Friday’s occasion was recruiting. “We’re not trying to raise money,” Musk stated. “We’re trying to convince great people to come work at Neuralink.”

Neuralink has obtained $158 million in funding, $100 million of which got here from Musk, and employs roughly 100 employees members, in keeping with LinkedIn information.

And VentureBeat has a good breakdown of the expertise behind the undertaking.

This is Gertrude the pig. She has Elon Musk’s neuralink in her brain. It can monitor when her snout touches one thing. That’s about it. Hopes for the long run: all the pieces from getting the paralyzed to stroll once more to… heads up shows and telepathy pic.twitter.com/19il5YmbGh

— Brittany Levine Beckman (@brittanylevine) August 29, 2020

“The future is going to be weird. In the future you will be able to save and reply memories. You could basically store your memories as a backup and restore the memories. You could potentially download them into a new body or into a robot body.” https://t.co/yBbwmjOINW

— CNET (@CNET) August 28, 2020

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