Elon Musk, technology entrepreneur, claimed that the mysterious company Neonink is working on the Neuralink chip that allows streaming music directly to your brain.
Mask, who also heads SpaceX for Space and Tesla for electric cars, will unveil new information about the mysterious startup next month, but is slowly releasing details in recent days via his official Twitter account.
In response to the computer scientist Austin Howard, Mask confirmed that Neuralink technology would allow people to listen to music directly from the chip. He also said: Neuralink can help control hormone levels and use them to our advantage, enhance abilities and logic, and relieve anxiety.
Since its founding in 2016, Neuralink has only made one major overview on how technology works. Mask said at a 2019 event: The company is working on a sewing machine-like device that would provide a direct connection between the computer and the chip inserted inside the brain.
He explained that technology can be used first to help people suffering from brain diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, but the ultimate goal of Neuralink is to allow humans to compete with advanced artificial intelligence.
According to Mask, the chip installation process will be similar to laser eye surgery, part of which includes a neurosurgical robot, which fits with the need for a flexible threading process in the brain attached to a small implantable computer chip. And a research paper claims: One USB-C cable will provide the ability to transmit data to the brain.
Neuralink has up to 11 vacancies listed on its website, where the company requires a mechanical engineer, robotics software engineer, and textile technician. Over the weekend, Musk applied to people with specific expertise in the field of wearable devices.
He said: If you have solved difficult problems with wearable phones or devices such as tight closure, signal processing, inductive charging, and energy management, please consider working at Neuralink.
Musk hinted earlier this month that the Neuralink chip would be able to treat depression and addiction by retraining the parts of the brain responsible for these pain.
Animal experiments have been conducted, and human experiments were scheduled for this year, although details have not yet been announced, and more information is to be announced on August 28.