Elon Musk's brain database venture Neuralink has scheduled an event on Tuesday to "share" what it has been secret to work on since its inception a few years ago.
Musk, who is also CEO of Tesla Inc.
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and privately treated Space Exploration Technologies Corp. and The Boring Co., late Thursday retweeted Neuralink's announcement:
Neuralink's barebones website has job records describing the company as developing "ultra-high bandwidth brain machine interfaces to connect to people and computers "and currently building a team of" interdisciplinary experts. "
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Most if not all positions demanded future employees who were" resourceful , flexible and adaptable; no task is too big or too small. "
Musk confirmed plans for Neuralink in 2017 and last year, during his infamous appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, he said he was ready to announce a new Neuralink product for a few months, and that "a best scenario" would be that people effectively merge with artificial intelligence.
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Neuralink is believed to work with brain implants that will initially help treat cognitive impairments and neurological diseases and later on, shield people from threats of intelligent machines.