It’s safe to say Elon Musk is not afraid to think big.The CEO of electric car maker Tesla and aeronautics firm SpaceX recently revealed details of a new endeavor: serving as chief executive of Neuralink, which is working to bring together computer tech with the human brain.It’s one of several bold ideas envisioned by Musk, when he’s not working on self-driving electric cars or trying to outfit homes with solar panels. Here’s a look at some of his big plans:The idea behind melding the human brain with computers surfaced during 2016’s Code Conference, when he suggested artificial intelligence could advance to point where humans would be like house cats (so does that mean robots would share GIFs of us for humor?)In April, Musk confirmed he would serve as CEO of Neuralink, a company working on a neural interface. The implant would work with the brain to augment its capabilities. Early uses of the product would go to people suffering from brain injuries tied to strokes or other ailments, said Musk, before being made available to the public.We could live there one day. Not only does Musk have a project for when humans will set foot on Mars (it’s 2025), but… Read full this story
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