CONNECTING HUMAN BRAINS WITH COMPUTERS

Planning to connect Human brains directly with Computers thats what Elon Musk wants to achieve by the end of next year.

Musk founded Neuralink Corp. in July 2016 to create “ultra-high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers.” It’s initial goal was to devise brain interfaces to alleviate the symptoms of chronic medical conditions.

Solving brain disorder was the main aim to create Neuralink Corp.According to Musk ,it will be achievable by finding a way for the brain to “merge” with AI, most likely through tiny wireless chips implanted in the brain through a 2-millimeter incision to create what he called “some sort of symbiosis with artificial intelligence.The biggest technical hurdle is bandwidth, Musk said, meaning the tools humans use to interface with computers, like current hardware systems and smartphones.

Speaking at Neural link Livestream event , he said,Neuralink “aspirationally” hopes to implant the first chip in a human patient before the end of 2020, Musk acknowledged that the larger goal will take a long time. Still, the ultimate hope is for “some sort of symbiosis with artificial intelligence,” which he said would take root “at the civilizational scale.”

“With a high-bandwidth brain interface, I think we can have the option of merging with AI,” Musk said.

Such an interface, he claimed, would allow “anyone who wants to have superhuman cognition — anyone who wants.” At some point, he said, people would be able to “upload into a new unit, literally,” when they die.

Other Musk Efforts ,Tesla and SpaceX are widely seen as successes that have fundamentally advanced technology in green transportation and space exploration.

According to State and local officials said Musk’s plans hadn’t been submitted for review or permits formally or even informally.

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