Elon Musk’s brain interface company, Neuralink, will have a live-streamed event starting tomorrow, Tuesday, July 16 at 8PM PST.
* In November, 2018, Elon said Neuralink would create microcontrollers to further advance computer-brain interface technology.
* Elon has also said the brain interface technology could mitigate severe brain injuries (stroke, cancer lesion, congenital) in about four years.
* In 2018 Musk was interviewed on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast. Elon said Neuralink would have something that would allow humans to effectively merge with artificial intelligence to help fight the rise of AI in general by machines. Elon said eventually anyone that wants superhuman cognition would have it. Neuralink could radically increase the bandwidth between humans and technology.
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