Ashlee Vance

Author “Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future.”

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Elon Musk is developing implants that can read brain activity and then send it to a machine, which can translate it. His company, Neuralink, is testing this on animals.

Elon Musk is developing technology that can read your mind

Elon Musk is developing implants that can read brain activity and then send it to a machine, which can translate it. His company, Neuralink, is testing this on animals.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Once upon a time, a man named Elon Musk envisioned rockets in space, cars that were electric, and a vacuum tube that hurtled people from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 30-minutes.

ELON MUSK

Once upon a time, a man named Elon Musk envisioned rockets in space, cars that were electric, and a vacuum tube that hurtled people from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 30-minutes.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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