Elon Musk takes up the task to help innovate AI performance on mental illnesses in upcoming years.
Next year, the Founder of Neuralink, Elon Musk, is planning to integrate AI interfaces in human bodies to help people with brain malformations ease daily activities like phones and computers.
Musk said that one-day, Neuralink will be able to cure diseases such as Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and spinal cord injuries.
“Neuralink is on an entirely different level,” Sandra Altamira, a psychology teacher at STEM, said. “Although the question is raised on the risk, these participants will face while undergoing surgery.”
Musk has ensured the safety of his participants under his care.
“By testing it with several governmental agencies,” Musk said.
“For me, what scares me the most is the possibility of rejection after implementation of the chip,” Elon said during a recent presentation regarding concerns. During the presentation, Musk displayed a prototype version that is placed behind the ear.
“However, to create progress, we must test the interface on the brain,” Elon said
“At first, society will question the use of AI integration as an act of playing god,” Altamira said. “After a time, people would begin to accept Neuralink and trust the wonders it can bring towards people with degenerative diseases.”
“It’s important to push the boundaries of human innovations while taking into account the downsides it may bring towards us,” Altamira said.
Musk has said that the power of Neuralink is unknown unless it’s tested and tried on humans to hopefully better humanity.
“Risk and Reward effects are something to carefully examine in the upcoming years for Neuralink,” Musk said.
To set the bar high by starting to cure diseases that most older citizens face. The future of Neuralink is solely based on its end results in the upcoming years.
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