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Elon Musk expects to have a brain-machine interface in four years

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Elon Musk expects to have a brain-machine interface in four yearsA couple of weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal revealed Elon Musk's latest venture, Neuralink, and its plan for developing brain-machine interface technology. Now, Musk has invited Tim Urban of Wait But Why to write up an in-depth report of the compa...
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News video: Elon Musk is working on 'telepathy' device for people with brain injuries

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Elon Musk is working on a way to connect the human brain with computers in the next four years. Musk’s latest company, Neuralink, is creating micron-sized devices that will help people with severe brain injuries and disabilities. The entrepreneur stated that the device will work like...

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