Tesla Boss launches a firm that connects our brains to computers
As you all know, Tesla, spaceX and of course PayPal boss is a man with so many dreams. Some see his dreams as impossible while some see it as something that would work with respect to time.
 Remember, he had said that he would be sending people to the moon and stars, and one certain thing about this man is that what he can't do personally,  he gets capable hands to do it for him.

A report from the Wall Street Journal has it that the Tesla chief executive Elon Musk has launched Neuralink, a start-up which aims to develop technology that connects our brains to computers. The report also confirmed in a tweet by Mr Musk, saying the company was in its very early stages and registered as a “medical research” firm.

The Wall Street journal also added that leading academics in the field have been signed up to work at the company which is being funded privately by Mr Elon Musk.

The goal of the firm will be to develop “neural lace” technology which would implant tiny electrodes into the brain. The technique could be used to improve memory or give humans added artificial intelligence.

In reaction to this report, Mr Musk confirmed the existence of the company via his Twitter account and said more details about the firm would be made public next week via WaitButWhy - a site known for illustrating its lengthy post with often crude but charming stick figure drawings.

Like I earlier mentioned, Elon Musk has plans for Space exploration, he heads Electric car making company Tesla, he is on a project to reinvent transport system called Hyperloop, and he heads a firm investigating the feasibility of boring tunnels underneath Los Angeles.

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