No one can say Elon Musk isn't ambitious. The founder and CEO of Tesla also has the company για την Εξερεύνηση του Διαστήματος, (Space Exploration Technologies Corp) κοινώς γνωστή και ως SpaceX. Είναι επίσης οραματιστής και δεν διστάζει να τοποθετεί την σφραγίδα στα πάντα, από ανανεώσιμες πηγές ενέργειας μέχρι και σε μέσα μαζικής μεταφοράς υψηλής speeds.
Now Elon Musk thinks that by implanting tiny electrodes into the brain he could keep the consciousness alive even if the body is dead.
In essence, the Elon Musk allegedly paves the way for people to one day be able to upload their thoughts, memories and collective experiences to a computer via a technologyς Νευρωνικών δικτύων. Η Νευρωνική τεχνολογία και συγκεκριμένων η τεχνολογία Neural lace είναι ακόμα νέα, αλλά ο απώτερος στόχος του Musk είναι η καλύτερη διασύνδεση μεταξύ ανθρώπων και μηχανών σε χαρακτηριστικά όπως τη φωνή μας, την επαφή και τον έλεγχο προσανατολισμού.
People learned to play with an iPhone keyboard rather quickly, but imagine if we had a direct connection to the device's CPU. This is the vision of Musk, which in a few words concerns how people of the future interact with their devices.
According to Elon Musk, the change should be done soon so that people do not become inferior beings than AIs.
While the Elon Musk has not yet made any official announcement, it has already begun teasing the company's.
First with tweets (like this and this), and then with new hires at Neuralink Corp., which sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie. The Wall Street Journal confirmed the company's existence through one of its founding members, Max Hodak. Hodak previously founded Transcriptic, a startup supply robotics lab services.
Neuralink made its first hires: Vanessa Tolosa, an engineer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and an expert in flexible electrodes, Phillip Sabes, a professor at the University of California and an expert on how the brain controls movement, and Timothy Gardner, a professor at Boston University, who gained fame when he applied electrodes to birds and studyin the way they chirp.
Ultimately Neuralink wants to change the way we interact with devices by connecting our minds to the machines we use the most: cars, mobile devices, or even smart objects in the smart home us. For now, though, people close to the company say the first products will likely be advanced implants designed to treat brain conditions such as epilepsy or depression.