Elon Musk’s Neuralink

Electric vehicles, rockets... and now brain-computer interfaces. Elon Musk's newest venture, Neuralink, aims to bridge the gap between humans and artificial intelligence by implanting tiny chips that can link up to the brain. At a press conference on July 16, Neuralink's ambitious plans were detailed for the first time, showcasing a future (a very distant future!) technology that could help people deal with brain or spinal cord injuries or controlling 3D digital avatars.

Elon Musk says Neuralink plans 2020 human test of brain-computer interface: https://cnet.co/2Zb3piU

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(Source: youtube.com; July 17, 2019; https://youtu.be/lA77zsJ31nA)
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