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Neuralink presentation
    #26116119 - 07/18/19 03:48 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)



human testing next year?!?  :ohboycomputer:


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: Primal Glitch]
    #26116362 - 07/18/19 06:08 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)

:ohgodpleaseno:

That's fucking horrifying


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: bloodsheen]
    #26116719 - 07/18/19 09:20 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)

standard procedure, sir
just sit over here and let the robot surgeon poke a few wires into your brain
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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: Primal Glitch]
    #26116752 - 07/18/19 09:39 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)

I can't tell if Elon Musk is really a genius or if he's just crazy as fuck and understands enough to make money and make his batshit dreams come true.

Who asked for this?! I would rather die than let someone go dig around a perfectly healthy brain. That's literally against the Hippocratic oath, how is it even legal?


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: Primal Glitch]
    #26116770 - 07/18/19 09:52 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)

This is the worst idea ever. As if social media on the internet wasn't bad enough, next thing you know you'll be downloading facebook directly into your brain.

Currently both the insertion procedure and the device itself cause brain damage, so I can't wait for a bunch of early adopters walking around all :braindamage:

Soon enough there'll be brain malware, your thoughts will be sold to advertisers, and your ideas will be censored courtesy of facebook. Think about cocacola to close this brain advertisement.


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: nooneman]
    #26117165 - 07/19/19 03:38 AM (1 year, 7 months ago)

I actually love the idea.

In the university a professor of mine worked in a similar project to make tetraplegic walk and use robot arms (it kinda worked, i saw it) And my cousin is working on (improving) brain surgery to destroy exact points of parkinson's patients using echo.


The health improvements this can bring is huge. And i would love to download information without having to waste time reading, sounds awesome to me.


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    #26117205 - 07/19/19 04:53 AM (1 year, 7 months ago)

Yeah well on the surface the idea of being able to get in touch with people from your past and meet mutual friends you'd never have met otherwise sounds great. But then Facebook happened and it's possibly top 5 worst inventions of the 21st century.

I feel like I've lived long enough to know a bad thing when I see it. AI doesn't scare me, but this does


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: bloodsheen]
    #26117615 - 07/19/19 11:55 AM (1 year, 7 months ago)

that's understandable.
watching the average person using the internet makes me feel we were not ready for this tech either.
but here we are and I'm still hyped for this stuff.


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: bloodsheen]
    #26117813 - 07/19/19 01:54 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)

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I can't tell if Elon Musk is really a genius or if he's just crazy as fuck and understands enough to make money and make his batshit dreams come true.

Who asked for this?! I would rather die than let someone go dig around a perfectly healthy brain. That's literally against the Hippocratic oath, how is it even legal?






he's a crazy fuck.  if it weren't for gov't subsidies, most of his companies would have already gone under.  dude is a scam artist of the finest caliber.


as far as "neuralink" goes :stonedjerk::cookiemonster:


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: Tulipslave]
    #26118740 - 07/19/19 10:28 PM (1 year, 7 months ago)

maybe, I could see him being scammed by people working for him.
I think he's just a guy with way too much money having an ego trip, changing the world just because he can


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Re: Neuralink presentation [Re: Primal Glitch]
    #26124056 - 08/06/19 01:50 PM (1 year, 6 months ago)

Great, I was wondering when someone would invent a device that would allow corporations and the government spy on my every thought. That will save them all the trouble of tracking my internet interaction, not to mention having to hack the camera and microphone in my phone and laptop. Oh then there's the joy of having to buy software to protect my brain for viruses and ransomware.


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