Elon Musk AI Brain Chip Startup & Elon Musk Neuralink

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Elon Musk is well-known for founding well-known businesses like Tesla and SpaceX, but the tycoon also has a number of strange companies. He claims he started one of them in an effort to create a “symbiosis” between artificial intelligence and the human brain. Musk founded the brain interface technology business Neuralink. It is creating a gadget that would be inserted into a person’s brain, where it could record and maybe stimulate brain activity. The technology is like a “Fitbit in your cranium,” according to Musk. According to Insider, Musk and top Neuralink executive Shivon Zilis also had twins. Musk frequently touts the technology’s potential for use in futuristic medicine, but there are some potential near-term medicinal applications.

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About Elon Musk AI Brain Chip:

In 2016, Neuralink was secretly established. When The Wall Street Journal revealed Neuralink’s existence in 2017, the general public first learned about it. The business didn’t make its first significant public appearance until 2019 when Elon Musk and other Neuralink executives demonstrated their technology in a live-streamed presentation. Two pieces of equipment are being created by Neuralink. The first involves implanting a chip with electrodes into someone’s brain inside their skull. Read More – Elon Musk Tesla Pi Smartphone

The coin-sized chip that Neuralink is creating would be implanted in a person’s skull. A network of tiny wires that are each about 20 times thinner than a human hair fan out from the chip into the patient’s brain. The cables have 1,024 electrodes that can be used to monitor brain activity and, in theory, activate the brain electrically. The chip wirelessly transmits this data to computers so that researchers can study it. The second option is a robot that could put the chip in autonomously. Similar to a sewing machine, the robot would operate by forcing flexible wires coming from a Neuralink chip into a person’s brain with a rigid needle.

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 According to Reuters, Musk, who has worked on or has spoken to four people who have worked on Neuraling, recently expressed frustration at the slow progress of his brain implant device intended to connect the brain to external electronic devices.

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An animal rights organization claimed that Neuralink mistreated its test monkeys, but Neuralink rejected their claims. Neuralink claims that while it was building its own facility for raising animals, it kept its monkeys at UC Davis.

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Although UC Davis’ facilities and animal care met and still meet legally required requirements, Neuralink stated, When we relocated the animals to our own facilities, we obviously wanted to raise the bar. It claimed to have built a 6,000-square-foot vivarium for its monkeys and “farm animals” in 2020. It claimed that the “environmental enrichments” in its animal cages include swimming pools, swing sets, and treehouses.

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