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Sci Tech    H4'ed 5/12/19

Will "Neuralink" Enable Human Brains To Keep Up With AI?

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"Neuralink" is developing ultra high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers."

Neuralink, if Elon Musk is to be believed, could be the next step in human evolution. The company's Neural Lace technology could help stave off the potential downsides of AI to humanity and could even trigger the Technological Singularity. click here

The short term goal is to help treat serious brain disease sufferers.  They also want to help anyone with serious brain damage that has been caused by a stroke or other debilitating neurological disorder.

Each and every brain-computer interface will likely be much more than just a way for you to control whatever streaming service you use. When fully developed it could be used for things like communicating with loved ones, searching the internet and interacting directly with AI.  

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