Elon Musk wants to connect your brain to a computer this year as 'awesome' Neuralink
#1
Hmmm...  Mark of the Beast anyone?

Ya, there will be a waiting list, just hide and watch.   Scratching head Remember how 'smoothly' everything went with his self-driving cars? I mean, what could go wrong?:



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Elon Musk wants to connect your brain to a computer this year as 'awesome' Neuralink mind-chip prepares to launch
Charlotte Edwards, Digital Technology and Science Reporter


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  • Feb 5 2020, 5:41 ET
  • Updated: Feb 5 2020, 7:57 ET
ELON Musk has tweeted that his brain-computer chip company Neuralink is working on an "awesome" version of the device.

The kooky billionaire believes his brain interface tech will turn humans into a genius super race.

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Musk has been has been developing the technology, called Neuralink, because he thinks humans must become one with machines in order to survive being replaced by artificial intelligence.

His plan to "save the human race" involves wiring computer chips into our minds to merge us with artificial intelligence.

Last July, Neuralink revealed plans to use lasers to shoot holes in skulls and feed threads of electrodes into the human brain.

It declared this was a potential way of connecting the human brain to machines.

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The firm says its brain chips (pictured) will give people hyper intelligenceCredit: Neuralink


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Tiny threads (pictured) thinner than a human hair will be implanted into the brainCredit: Neuralink

Musk has previously claimed that the updated version of Neuralink may be "in a human as soon as this year".

A concept design of Musk's updated vision has not yet been revealed, nor do we know if it will even work.

However, Musk is optimistic and thinks the device could even be used to "restore brain and motor functions".

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Threads will be needled into people's brains using this terrifying machineCredit: Neuralink


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Neuralink showed off a concept image of a smartphone app for its brain implantsCredit: Neuralink


On its website, the company boasts that it is developing "ultra high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers".

The technology isn't just intended for creating a super human cyborg race though.

Musk has said Neuralink will first focus on medical applications, such as tackling the effects of brain diseases like epilepsy.

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Here are some of the threads next to a human finger for scaleCredit: Neuralink


After this, the brain chips will be updated to develop a "symbiotic relationship" between AI and humanity.

Ultimately, Musk thinks that implanted chips are what will protect humans from becoming an endangered species.

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Test chips have already been implanted into rats (pictured) and monkeysCredit: Neuralink


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Neuralink plans to hook your brain up to a computer. Pictured is a concept image showing what the implant could look likeCredit: Neuralink

What is Neuralink?

Here's everything you need to know...
  • Neuralink is a project that aims to embed computer chips in people's brains
  • The idea is to give humans hyper-intelligence by merging them with artificial intelligence
  • Tiny threads thinner than a human hair would pump information into your noggin
  • It would work a bit like an internet cable, transmitting data in and out at high speeds
  • As well as making us smarter, the project promises to merge us with computers and phones
  • That means you could control your gizmos with your brain
  • Neuralink is bankrolled by billionaire entrepeneur Elon Musk
  • He's previously said the tech could save us from a machine uprising in future
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You first, Mr. Musk.
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(02-07-2020, 07:26 PM)Teresa Agrorum Wrote: You first, Mr. Musk.
Actually, and I could be wrong, but I thought I read he already has one?

Oh, and BTW, ever wonder why he is putting THOUSANDS of mini-satellites, called Starlink, in orbit to soak the whole world with 5G?

That and this stuff together, certainly that will be just hunky-dory.
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"Actually, and I could be wrong, but I thought I read he already has one?"

Oh dear. He really is nuts.
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I've always thought there's something "off" about Elon Musk.  Is he really just this weirdo 21st futurist visionary or is he something more sinister,  just a frontman for the modern version of MKULTRA? Either way I wouldn't want Elon's electrodes in my brain.  No thanks.
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Personally, I wouldn't want anything implanted inside my head or attempts to interface with my brain. However, I wouldn't mind any sort of external mind reading (not writing) device that could act like a computer's peripheral (like a mouse, or a keyboard) that'd let me control devices with my mind.

That kind of technology (the one I mentioned above) would be helpful for a number of disabled people, like the blind.
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(02-10-2020, 11:53 AM)ServusDei Wrote: Personally, I wouldn't want anything implanted inside my head or attempts to interface with my brain. However, I wouldn't mind any sort of external mind reading (not writing) device that could act like a computer's peripheral (like a mouse, or a keyboard) that'd let me control devices with my mind.

That kind of technology (the one I mentioned above) would be helpful for a number of disabled people, like the blind.
It would have its legit uses but, human nature being what it is, there's no doubt in my mind any kind of mind reading technology can and will be used against us. Think a less benign version of Mel Gibson's abilities in "What Women Want".
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This tech plus the Social Credit System equals Mark of the Beast.
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