The Twitter account of the startup Neuralink (owned by Ilon Mask) has the first record of plans to hold a conference in San Francisco on July 16. The company is developing an "ultra-high-bandwidth brain-computer interface for connecting people and computers."
This will be a closed event, the company limits the number of participants. Candidates are selected by answering eight questions, enclosing a link to a LinkedIn profile and explaining why they should be present. However, Neuralink will broadcast online.
Neuralink was registered in 2019 as a medical research firm in California. Musk regularly talks about the need to create a neural interface to stop the development of super-intelligent AI systems. According to him, so that artificial intelligence does not seize power, people will have to merge with it.
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