Obviously, Elon Musk wouldn’t be where he is today unless he weren’t controlled by the Deep state, so naturally, people have misgivings about the world’s richest man, between his transhumanist baby momma and his transhumanist Neuralink Corporation, that makes “neural lace” brain implants that connect your brain to an Artificial Intelligence network.
Neuralink’s goals would be less threatening if they weren’t indistinguishable from the World Economic Forum’s Fourth Industrial Revolution – and if Elon didn’t appear to be threatened by these goals, himself, saying:
“I’m very close to the cutting edge in AI and it scares the Hell out of me. I tried to convince people to slow down; to slow down AI, to regulate AI. This was futile…the merge scenario seems the best…If you can’t beat it, join it. That’s like the purpose of Neuralink; to create a high bandwidth interface to the brain, such that we can be symbiotic with AI…The technology will not take full control of our brain – at least, at first…
“Even in a benign AI scenario, we will be left behind…With a high-bandwidth brain-machine interface, I think we can actually go along for the ride [with the development and the deployment of Artificial Intelligence] and we can effectively have the option of merging with AI.”
Here he is last week at the TEDxVancouver event with Chris Anderson, where he was asked about his hostile takeover of censorship-strapped Twitter.
Bombards Body Language does a very interesting analysis of Elon’s subconscious behavior during this exchange.