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Elon Musk says humans communicate so slowly with computers that it will sound like whale speech to future AI
There's a big problem with how human beings communicate data: They're simply nowhere near as fast as computers.
‘If you can’t beat them join them’: Elon Musk says our best hope for competing with AI is becoming better cyborgs
"We are already a cyborg," Musk said on stage with Alibaba chairman Jack Ma at an artificial intelligence conference in Shanghai on Thursday.
Elon Musk says the difference between human intellect and AI is comparable to the difference between chimpanzees and humans
According to Tesla and Neuralink CEO Elon Musk, artificial intelligence could be so much smarter than people that we don't even understand it.
‘So much drama & good times’: Elon Musk reflects on arriving in the US with $2,000 in his pocket, and hints he might consider writing...
Elon Musk recently reflected on his early career in a tweet responding to a story about his life before becoming the billionaire CEO of Tesla.
For the first time, researchers at UCSF were able to take the brain activity of participants and simultaneously decode what was being said.
Elon Musk finally took the wraps off his new brain microchip company that plans to connect people’s brains to the internet by next year
Elon Musk's secretive brain microchip company held an event on Tuesday night detailing the work it's been doing. Here's everything we learned!
Elon Musk says he’s tested his brain microchip on monkeys, and it enabled one to control a computer with its mind
During a Q&A session, Elon Musk said Neuralink had begun testing its brain-computer interface technology on rats and monkeys.
Elon Musk’s company Neuralink plans to connect people’s brains to the internet by next year using a procedure he claims will be as safe an...
Musk said that the Neuralink system could be used to treat brain disorders and that he hoped to achieve "symbiosis with artificial intelligence."
Elon Musk is not a fan of meetings, bureaucracy, hierarchy, or any system that impedes immediate communication.
A group of researchers published a paper about a new technique for inserting probes into brains, which they described as a 'sewing machine.'