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  • Elon Musk says Neuralink implanted wireless brain chip
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    CEO of Tesla, Chief Engineer of SpaceX and CTO of X Elon Musk speaks during the New York Times annual DealBook summit on 29 November 2023 in New York City, USGetty Images
    By Patrick Jackson & Tom Gerken

    BBC News

    Tech billionaire Elon Musk has claimed his Neuralink company has successfully implanted one of its wireless brain chips in a human.

    In a post on X, formerly Twitter, he said "promising" brain activity had been detected after the procedure and the patient was "recovering well".

    The company's goal is to connect human brains to computers to help tackle complex neurological conditions.

    A number of rival firms have already implanted similar devices.

    "For any company producing medical devices, the first test in humans is a significant milestone," said Professor Anne Vanhoestenberghe of King's College London.

    "For the brain computer interface community, we must place this news in the context that whilst there are many companies working on exciting products, there are only a few other companies who have implanted their devices in humans, so Neuralink has joined a rather small group."

    However, she also suggested there needed to be a note of caution as "true success" could only be evaluated in the long-term.

    "We know Elon Musk is very adept at generating publicity for his company," she added.

    Among the other companies to make similar advances in the field is the École Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne (EPFL), in Switzerland, which has successfully enabled a paralysed man to walk just by thinking.

    That was achieved by putting electronic implants on his brain and spine which wirelessly communicate thoughts to his legs and feet.

    Details of the breakthrough were published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature in May 2023.

    There has been no independent verification of Mr Musk's claims, nor has Neuralink provided any information about the procedure he says has taken place.

    BBC News has approached both Neuralink and the US's medical regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for comment.

    Neuralink testing


    Neuralink has been criticised in the past, with Reuters reporting in December 2022 that the company engaged in testing which resulted in the deaths of approximately 1,500 animals, including sheep, monkeys and pigs.

    In July 2023, the head of the US Department of Agriculture - which investigates animal welfare concerns - said it had not found any violations of animal research rules at the firm.

    However, a separate investigation by the agency is ongoing.

    Mr Musk's company was given permission to test the chip on humans by the FDA in May 2023.

    That gave the green light for the start of the six-year study during which a robot is being used to surgically place 64 flexible threads, thinner than a human hair, on to a part of the brain that controls "movement intention", according to Neuralink.

    The company says that these threads allow its experimental implant - powered by a battery that can be charged wirelessly - to record and transmit brain signals wirelessly to an app that decodes how the person intends to move.

    "[It] has great potential to help people with neurological disorders in future and is an excellent example of how fundamental neuroscience research is being harnessed for medical advances," said Professor Tara Spires-Jones, president of the British Neuroscience Association.

    "However, most of these interfaces require invasive neurosurgery and are still in experimental stages thus it will likely be many years before they are commonly available."

    Telepathy


    In another post on X, Mr Musk said Neuralink's first product would be called Telepathy.

    Telepathy, he said, would enable "control of your phone or computer, and through them almost any device, just by thinking".

    "Initial users will be those who have lost the use of their limbs," he continued.

    Referring to the late British scientist who had motor neurone disease, he added: "Imagine if Stephen Hawking could communicate faster than a speed typist or auctioneer. That is the goal."

    While Mr Musk's involvement raises the profile of Neuralink, some of his rivals have a track record dating back two decades. Utah-based Blackrock Neurotech implanted its first of many brain-computer interfaces in 2004.

    Precision Neuroscience, formed by a Neuralink co-founder, also aims to help people with paralysis. And its implant resembles a very thin piece of tape that sits on the surface of the brain and can be implanted via a "cranial micro-slit", which it says is a much simpler procedure.

    Existing devices have also generated results. In two separate recent US scientific studies, implants were used to monitor brain activity when a person tried to speak, which could then be decoded to help them communicate.

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    Elon Musk says Neuralink implanted wireless brain chip 10 hours ago CEO of Tesla, Chief Engineer of SpaceX and CTO of X Elon Musk speaks during the New York Times annual DealBook summit on 29 November 2023 in New York City, USGetty Images By Patrick Jackson & Tom Gerken BBC News Tech billionaire Elon Musk has claimed his Neuralink company has successfully implanted one of its wireless brain chips in a human. In a post on X, formerly Twitter, he said "promising" brain activity had been detected after the procedure and the patient was "recovering well". The company's goal is to connect human brains to computers to help tackle complex neurological conditions. A number of rival firms have already implanted similar devices. "For any company producing medical devices, the first test in humans is a significant milestone," said Professor Anne Vanhoestenberghe of King's College London. "For the brain computer interface community, we must place this news in the context that whilst there are many companies working on exciting products, there are only a few other companies who have implanted their devices in humans, so Neuralink has joined a rather small group." However, she also suggested there needed to be a note of caution as "true success" could only be evaluated in the long-term. "We know Elon Musk is very adept at generating publicity for his company," she added. Among the other companies to make similar advances in the field is the École Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne (EPFL), in Switzerland, which has successfully enabled a paralysed man to walk just by thinking. That was achieved by putting electronic implants on his brain and spine which wirelessly communicate thoughts to his legs and feet. Details of the breakthrough were published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature in May 2023. There has been no independent verification of Mr Musk's claims, nor has Neuralink provided any information about the procedure he says has taken place. BBC News has approached both Neuralink and the US's medical regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for comment. Neuralink testing Neuralink has been criticised in the past, with Reuters reporting in December 2022 that the company engaged in testing which resulted in the deaths of approximately 1,500 animals, including sheep, monkeys and pigs. In July 2023, the head of the US Department of Agriculture - which investigates animal welfare concerns - said it had not found any violations of animal research rules at the firm. However, a separate investigation by the agency is ongoing. Mr Musk's company was given permission to test the chip on humans by the FDA in May 2023. That gave the green light for the start of the six-year study during which a robot is being used to surgically place 64 flexible threads, thinner than a human hair, on to a part of the brain that controls "movement intention", according to Neuralink. The company says that these threads allow its experimental implant - powered by a battery that can be charged wirelessly - to record and transmit brain signals wirelessly to an app that decodes how the person intends to move. "[It] has great potential to help people with neurological disorders in future and is an excellent example of how fundamental neuroscience research is being harnessed for medical advances," said Professor Tara Spires-Jones, president of the British Neuroscience Association. "However, most of these interfaces require invasive neurosurgery and are still in experimental stages thus it will likely be many years before they are commonly available." Telepathy In another post on X, Mr Musk said Neuralink's first product would be called Telepathy. Telepathy, he said, would enable "control of your phone or computer, and through them almost any device, just by thinking". "Initial users will be those who have lost the use of their limbs," he continued. Referring to the late British scientist who had motor neurone disease, he added: "Imagine if Stephen Hawking could communicate faster than a speed typist or auctioneer. That is the goal." While Mr Musk's involvement raises the profile of Neuralink, some of his rivals have a track record dating back two decades. Utah-based Blackrock Neurotech implanted its first of many brain-computer interfaces in 2004. Precision Neuroscience, formed by a Neuralink co-founder, also aims to help people with paralysis. And its implant resembles a very thin piece of tape that sits on the surface of the brain and can be implanted via a "cranial micro-slit", which it says is a much simpler procedure. Existing devices have also generated results. In two separate recent US scientific studies, implants were used to monitor brain activity when a person tried to speak, which could then be decoded to help them communicate. Related Topics Elon Musk Health United States https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-68137046 https://donshafi911.blogspot.com/2024/01/elon-musk-says-neuralink-implanted.html
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  • Bitcoin Facts (Bonus NFT).

    1. Halving events occur approximately every four years, reducing the rate at which new bitcoins are created and impacting the overall supply dynamics. The most recent halving took place in 2020.

    2. The identity of Satoshi Nakamoto remains unknown, leading to various theories and speculations about the true identity of the cryptocurrency's creator.

    3. Bitcoin is often referred to as "digital gold" due to its store of value characteristics and being a hedge against inflation, similar to traditional precious metals.

    4. The first Bitcoin exchange, BitcoinMarket.com, was established in March 2010, allowing users to trade bitcoins for fiat currency.

    5. Some major companies and institutions, including Tesla and MicroStrategy, have added Bitcoin to their balance sheets as a strategic reserve asset.

    6. Bitcoin is divisible up to eight decimal places, providing flexibility for microtransactions and allowing for precision in the transfer of value.

    7. Several countries have embraced Bitcoin as legal tender, with El Salvador being the first nation to officially adopt it for everyday transactions in 2021.

    8. Wallets can be categorized as hot wallets (connected to the internet) or cold wallets (offline), each with its own security considerations.

    9. The Lightning Network is a layer-2 scaling solution for Bitcoin, aiming to enable faster and cheaper transactions by conducting some transactions off the main blockchain.

    10. Bitcoin has inspired the creation of thousands of alternative cryptocurrencies, collectively known as altcoins, each with its unique features and use cases.

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  • Sounds like a scene from out of the movie I, Robot and the TV Series Westworld.

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    An attorney aiding contract laborers at the factory now tells DailyMail.com that there's evidence Tesla appears to have under-reported accidents and deaths to govt. authorities
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  • As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, several technology giants dominated the industry. Keep in mind that the status and rankings of companies may have changed since then. As of my last update, some of the prominent technology giants included:

    Apple Inc. (AAPL): Known for its consumer electronics, software, and services, Apple is a major player with products like the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and various software services.

    Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): A leader in software, hardware, and cloud services, Microsoft is well-known for products like Windows, Office Suite, Azure cloud services, and Xbox.

    Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL): The parent company of Google, Alphabet is a major player in online search, advertising, and various technology ventures. Google is known for its search engine, Android operating system, and services like Gmail and Google Maps.

    Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN): Beyond being the world's largest online retailer, Amazon is a major player in cloud computing (Amazon Web Services or AWS), streaming services (Amazon Prime Video), and various other technological areas.

    Facebook, Inc. (now Meta Platforms, Inc.) (FB): The company behind the world's largest social media platform, Facebook. It also owns other popular platforms like Instagram and WhatsApp.

    Tesla, Inc. (TSLA): Known for its electric vehicles, energy storage solutions, and solar products, Tesla is a key player in the automotive and clean energy industries.

    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: A South Korean conglomerate, Samsung is a major player in various technology sectors, including consumer electronics, semiconductors, and telecommunications.

    Intel Corporation (INTC): A leading semiconductor company, Intel is known for manufacturing microprocessors and other semiconductor components.

    IBM (International Business Machines Corporation): A pioneer in the computing industry, IBM is known for its hardware, software, and services, including mainframes, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence.

    NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA): Renowned for its graphics processing units (GPUs), NVIDIA is a key player in the gaming industry and has expanded into areas like artificial intelligence and data centers.

    Please note that the technology industry is dynamic, and the positions of companies can change due to various factors such as market trends, innovations, and business strategies. Additionally, new companies may have risen to prominence since my last update.
    As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, several technology giants dominated the industry. Keep in mind that the status and rankings of companies may have changed since then. As of my last update, some of the prominent technology giants included: Apple Inc. (AAPL): Known for its consumer electronics, software, and services, Apple is a major player with products like the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and various software services. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): A leader in software, hardware, and cloud services, Microsoft is well-known for products like Windows, Office Suite, Azure cloud services, and Xbox. Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL): The parent company of Google, Alphabet is a major player in online search, advertising, and various technology ventures. Google is known for its search engine, Android operating system, and services like Gmail and Google Maps. Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN): Beyond being the world's largest online retailer, Amazon is a major player in cloud computing (Amazon Web Services or AWS), streaming services (Amazon Prime Video), and various other technological areas. Facebook, Inc. (now Meta Platforms, Inc.) (FB): The company behind the world's largest social media platform, Facebook. It also owns other popular platforms like Instagram and WhatsApp. Tesla, Inc. (TSLA): Known for its electric vehicles, energy storage solutions, and solar products, Tesla is a key player in the automotive and clean energy industries. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: A South Korean conglomerate, Samsung is a major player in various technology sectors, including consumer electronics, semiconductors, and telecommunications. Intel Corporation (INTC): A leading semiconductor company, Intel is known for manufacturing microprocessors and other semiconductor components. IBM (International Business Machines Corporation): A pioneer in the computing industry, IBM is known for its hardware, software, and services, including mainframes, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA): Renowned for its graphics processing units (GPUs), NVIDIA is a key player in the gaming industry and has expanded into areas like artificial intelligence and data centers. Please note that the technology industry is dynamic, and the positions of companies can change due to various factors such as market trends, innovations, and business strategies. Additionally, new companies may have risen to prominence since my last update.
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  • This rare documentary film, entitled, "THE EYE OF THE STORM: The Inventions of Nikola Tesla," shown only once on Australian television, covers the history of secret U.S. government research into futuristic propulsion and energy systems.
    This rare documentary film, entitled, "THE EYE OF THE STORM: The Inventions of Nikola Tesla," shown only once on Australian television, covers the history of secret U.S. government research into futuristic propulsion and energy systems.
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  • https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-05-08-electric-cars-lose-value-twice-gas-vehicles.html #cars #tesla #someeofficial #pob #neoxian #hivelist
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    The world of cryptocurrency has seen its fair share of ups and downs since its inception. However, despite the volatility and unpredictability of the market, many investors remain optimistic about the future of crypto.
    One reason for this optimism is the increasing adoption of cryptocurrency by businesses and individuals alike. Major companies such as Tesla and Paypal have started accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment, signaling a growing acceptance of crypto in the mainstream. Additionally, the decentralized nature of cryptocurrency means that it is not subject to the same regulations and restrictions as traditional financial institutions, which could make it a more appealing option for those seeking greater financial autonomy.
    Another factor contributing to optimism in the crypto market is the potential for blockchain technology to revolutionize various industries. Blockchain has already been used to create decentralized platforms for everything from social media to healthcare, and its potential applications are nearly limitless. As more businesses and organizations recognize the benefits of blockchain, the demand for cryptocurrency is likely to increase as well.
    Finally, some investors see crypto as a hedge against traditional financial systems. In times of economic uncertainty or inflation, cryptocurrency may offer a more stable and secure investment option than traditional stocks or bonds. This is particularly appealing to those who are wary of the current global economic climate and are seeking alternative investment opportunities.
    Of course, there are still risks associated with investing in cryptocurrency. The market is notoriously volatile, and the lack of regulation means that investors must be particularly vigilant when it comes to security and fraud prevention. However, despite these challenges, many remain optimistic about the potential of cryptocurrency to change the financial landscape for the better.
    In conclusion, while the crypto market may be unpredictable, there are many reasons to be optimistic about its future. With increasing adoption by mainstream businesses, the potential for blockchain technology to revolutionize various industries, and its potential as a hedge against traditional financial systems, cryptocurrency has the potential to offer significant benefits to investors and the wider economy.
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  • Losing $13 billion in 24hr what a loss for top richest man in the world, Tesla first quarter result loss, spaceX starship explosion and most Twitter users choosing not to renew their blue mark did amount to Elon massive biggest drop in wealth in a day.

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  • ???? Elon Musk's Tesla hodls 9,720 bitcoin on their balance sheet for another quarter.

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    Good morning! This video by Frederick Hamilton shows a high power dual resonant solid state tesla coil (40kVA+) running till overheats
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