As I already reported, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, talked to Tucker Carlson about all kinds of interesting subjects including Elon Musk, AI, Genetic research, and more. Check out the part of the interview below.
Vladimir Putin on Elon Musk
Alex Jones posted the following video on his X account, mentioning this:
“Putin calls uncontrolled development of AI, genetic research, and creation of “superhumans” a threat to mankind. “There’s no stopping Elon Musk””
Someone commented: “I don’t have to trust Putin, but I also don’t trust the US Government, and only Putin is saying “go ask the other guy if what I’m saying is a lie” re: approaching and maybe joining NATO, joint missile defense, etc.”
P: “There are reports that Elon Musk has already had a chip implanted in the human brain in the USA”
T: “What do you think of that?”
P: “I think there’s no stopping Elon Musk. He will do as he sees fit. Nevertheless, you’ll need to find some common ground with him”
PUTIN: “There are reports that Elon Musk has already had a chip implanted in the human brain in the USA”
TUCKER: “What do you think of that?”
PUTIN: “I think there’s no stopping Elon Musk. He will do as he sees fit. Nevertheless, you’ll need to find some common ground with him” pic.twitter.com/QV6JFw0uFg
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) February 8, 2024
Elon Musk’s Neuralink lands into the first human subject
Elon Musk, the tech billionaire, has announced that his Neuralink project has successfully implanted a brain chip into a human subject. This marks a significant leap forward for the startup.
Even though Musk did not reveal many details, he did mention that the recipient is “recovering well”. The announcement was made on X, the social media platform that Musk purchased in 2022.
Musk wrote on X that the “initial results show promising neuron spike detection”. In this context, spikes refer to peaks of electrical activity generated by neurons. However, it is still unclear how successful the procedure has been or what outcome the patient might expect.
Neuralink’s goal is to develop a brain-computer interface implant that will enable humans to control devices solely through their thoughts. The company aims to help individuals suffering from paralysis to operate equipment that would facilitate their communication and movement.