Elon Musk Will Start Streaming Music Directly To Your Brain

Elon brings new meaning to having a song stuck in your head

By Balthazar Malevolent

Elon Musk Will Start Streaming Music Directly To Your Brain

Elon Musk & his company Neuralink will inform the world on its progress. The company was founded in 2016 with the goal of creating a computer-brain interface to help people keep up with the ongoing artificial intelligence revolution. Now Elon wants to find a way to stream music directly into one's mind without headphone stoppage through wiring thinner than human hair, which would be connected directly to the brain through implants.

Elon Musk's Neuralink implant.

The Tesla CEO announced back in July 2019 that positive experiments have been carried out on mice & apes & he intends to start studying human subjects. He explained Neuralink's mission statement in a series of tweets revisited by Complex: "When you can't. Beat em, join em" obviously referring to humanity trying to keep up with modern machine learning innovations. Elon also referred to a variety of questions, suggesting Neuralink would help avoid the rapid firing in neural networks for people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) diagnoses. Users also have been brainstorming about adding serotonin & other chemicals for those in need.

Elon Musk appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience in 2020 where he explained his computer-brain interface in greater detail.

Neuralink recruited several high-profile neuro-scientists from various universities since its establishment. By July 2019, it had raised $158 million in investment, $100 million of which was from Musk & hired 90 employees. Neuralink announced at that time it was working on a "sewing machine-like" tool capable of implanting very thin (4 to 6 μm in width) threads into the brain, demonstrating a system that reads information from a lab rat through 1,500 electrodes & anticipated starting human experiments by 2020.

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