Elon Musk Thinks Immortality as he Says Humans Can Download Brains Into Robots
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Elon Musk Thinks Immortality as he Says Humans Can Download Brains Into Robots

  • The richest man in the world, Elon Musk has been saying some weird things that suggest he's already thinking of living forever
  • Musk said he thinks humans can live forever when they download their brains into robots that allows them preserve memories
  • He has been building a company that lets machines interface with the human brain but says it is just about helping people with severe spinal or brain injuries

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Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk is already thinking about immortality. He believes there is a way to make humans live perpetually on earth - or elsewhere - he’s been building ships to evacuate humans from the earth, just in case.

The 50-year-old billionaire told Insider in a recent chat that humans could download things that we believe make them unique.

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Elon Musk, Brain Chips, Robot
Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk Credit: Mike Mill
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Emerging technology to enable immortality

According to him, if humans are not in the body anymore, that is definitely preserving memories and individuality.

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In his estimates, the technology that could make that possible will be a gradual evolution from what obtains today in terms of computer memory with pictures and videos, saying that computers and phones increase humans’ ability to communicate, allowing them to do things.

He says extending human lives by downloading consciousness and artificial bodies have been a fixture of science fiction for many years.

Company which builds brain implants

The richest man in the world owns a start-up, Neuralink that is working to enhance how brain-machine interfaces with people that could enable them to store memory as a backup.

Musk told Insider that in the short term, it is just about solving brain and spinal injuries, saying that Neuralink’s products will be useful to someone who has lost the use of their limbs or has a traumatic brain injury.

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Kwaku The Traveller: Black Sherif's Song Plays At 2022 NBA Game In Dallas

Ghanaian musician Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kweku Frimpong famed as Black Sherif is in the news for all the right reasons over his Kwaku The Traveller hit song.

In a new twist of excitement and good news, the musician's song made it to the home ground of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

A pregame rotation between Dallas Mavericks and Portland Trailblazers saw Black Sherif's song blasting through the speakers as fans of the two NBA teams jammed to it.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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