Neuralink, Elon Musk's neuro-informatics company, has scheduled an event Tuesday to "share" what it's been working on secretly since its debut a few years ago.
Musk, who is also the CEO of Tesla Inc.
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Space Exploration Technologies Corp. and The Boring Co., a private company, retweeted last Thursday the announcement of Neuralink:
Neuralink's dedicated website contains job listings that describe the company as developing "very high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers" and currently constituting a team of "experts" multidisciplinary ".
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Most positions, if not all positions, solicited future employees "ingenious, flexible and adaptable; no task is too big or too small.
Musk has confirmed his plans for Neuralink in 2017 and last year, during his sadly appearing on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, he was ready to announce a new Neuralink product in a few months and that one " best scenario "would be humans effectively merging with artificial intelligence.
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Neuralink would work on brain implants that, at least initially, would help treat cognitive impairment and neurological diseases and, later, protect humans from the threats of intelligent machines.