Elon Musk, Tesla’s Chief Executive launches Neuralink. It aims to develop technology that connects human brains to computers. In a tweet by Musk, it reveals that the said the company was in its very early stages of development and it is registered as an entity for “medical research.”
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Elon Musk Targets the Brain
Not quite content with infiltrating garages, roofs and lunar orbit, Elon Musk has set his sights on another target — the brain. The visionary billionaire will play a lead role in an artificial-intelligence startup called Neuralink, focusing on integrating the human brain with computers, according to reports. Read more: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/03/28/elon-musks-new-startup-your-brain/
Brain-Computer Interface Venture
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is backing a brain-computer interface venture called Neuralink. The company, which is still in the earliest stages of existence and has no public presence whatsoever, is centered on creating devices that can be implanted in the human brain, with the eventual purpose of helping human beings merge with software and keep pace with advancements in artificial intelligence. These enhancements could improve memory or allow for more direct interfacing with computing devices. Here’s more: http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/27/15077864/elon-musk-neuralink-brain-computer-interface-ai-cyborgs
Tesla founder and Chief Executive Elon Musk has launched a company called Neuralink through which computers could merge with human brains, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Read here: http://fortune.com/2017/03/27/elon-musk-neuralink/
Neural Lace Technology
The company will develop so-called “neural lace” technology which implants tiny electrodes into the brain. The technique can be used to improve memory or give humans added artificial intelligence capability. Specialists in the field envision a time when humans are able to upload and download thoughts. Perhaps a good strategy to avoid overloaded memory.