Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants to expand into other technologies by placing electrodes directly into the human brain
Elon Musk is making remarkable progress with Tesla and SpaceX. Recently with Neuralink’s technology it will be able to be used to stream music directly to the human brain. So Tesla’s CEO wants to expand into new areas such as health.
Neuralink technology aims to address the effects of degenerative diseases in the human brain, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s. Tesla’s chief executive, the always active Elon Musk, aspires to have a range of alternative uses of this technology in the not-too-distant future, even for recreational purposes. Elon Musk’s ambition became known after an interesting conversation he had with another Twitter user.
This is not the first time Elon Musk has made reference to the potential that can result from the application of this technology. By specially placing electrodes directly into the human brain, it could be possible to collect signals from human neurons and transmit them wirelessly to a nearby computer. The reverse procedure would be possible with some modifications.
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Elon Musk attracted the interest of other users, many of whom were quick to bombard him with a host of questions about how this technology could be used to combat anxiety, post-traumatic disorders, along with proper regulation of the level of specific hormones in humans. The one-word affirmative answer to the question of whether this is possible by Elon Musk himself makes many believe that the active entrepreneur already has something ready.
There are not a few internet references that want Elon Musk to be ready for a relevant presentation of the potential of this technology even in the coming weeks. Communication with AI applications, music streaming and many other possibilities could unfold in such a – undoubtedly, grandiose – design of the genius entrepreneur.