Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent a tweet into the world with which he claims to develop a chip that allows you to listen to music directly in the brain with his start-up Neuralink, which he founded in 2016.
“If we implement neuralink – can we listen to music directly from our chips? Great feature,” wrote geek Austin Howard, in response to Musk’s tweet. Musk responded to the tweet with “yes”.
Neuralink, which develops new technologies every day, is currently working on an implanted chip that makes it possible to listen to music directly in your brain.
“No human language needed in five to ten years”
It is not the first time that Musk has come up with high-tech gadgets. Musk, who also owns SpaceX and Tesla, has previously shared details on Twitter about some groundbreaking developments.
At the public announcement in California, Musk proposed a chip that can connect the brain to a computer. “The possibilities are endless, for example, users could write emails and text messages by thinking the words or downloading a language they don’t speak yet,” said Neuralink chairman Max Hodak.
He previously stated that the implanted brain chip resolves brain diseases and makes human language superfluous: “You could communicate faster and more correctly,” says Musk, “it would be like in The Matrix. Do you want to speak in another language? No problem, just download the program.”