Monkey With Brain Chip Plays Video Games With Its Mind

Monkey With Brain Chip Plays Video Games With Its Mind

Elon Musk's implantable brain-machine interfaces company Neuralink has supposedly allowed a monkey to play video games with its mind, per the Tesla CEO's claims.

If you've been on Twitter before or pay attention to business news at all chances are you've heard of Elon Musk.

Musk announced another experiment of his company Neuralink in the social application Clubhouse, created for communication and online conferences.

When Musk was asked about Bitcoin in the private Clubhouse conversation, he said that he sees the possibility in the future of broad acceptance of the token. "You can't even see where the neural implant was put in, except that he's got a slight like dark mohawk".

"One of the things we're trying to figure out is, can we have the monkeys play mind-Pong with each other?" he added.

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Initially, Neuralink will be planning to use its technology to help paralysed patients control their smartphones or computers, although later the company has said the chips could be used to treat those with brain disorders. Musk describes it as a Fitbit in your skull with tiny wires that go into your brain.

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A quick sum-up of the Planet of Apes (trilogy) involves finding a cure for Alzheimer and testing it on monkeys.

Billionaire Elon Musk said on Monday bitcoin was "on the verge" of being more widely accepted among investors as he expressed his support for the cryptocurrency. The monkey becomes super-intelligent, and is at first harmless - and then well, all hell breaks loose and he manages to free his fellow primates, and result in a clash with law enforcement on the Golden Gate Bridge in an attempt to escape into the forest: but not before causing significant damage to humans.

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