Musk says the Neuralink implant was created with hopes of giving disabled patients the ability to speak and move again.
So if that is true, then why does Fox have the following story?
For the last few years, Musk has been the ‘voice of reason’ – warning humanity about far reaching dangerous implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Sounds like Musk is speaking out of both sides of his mouth:
“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways” (James 1:8).
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The business mogul said the wireless device, which would be implanted in the brain of disabled patients with the intentions of helping them move and communicate again, is expected to begin human clinical trials in six months.
Neuralink has been conducting tests on animals over the past few years while waiting for U.S. regulatory approval to begin trials on people.
“We want to be extremely careful and certain that it will work well before putting a device into a human, but we’ve submitted I think most of our paperwork to the FDA and probably in about six months we should be able to upload Neuralink in a human,” Musk said Wednesday night in a public update on the device.
Neuralink logo displayed on a phone screen, a silhouette of a paper in shape of a human face and a binary code displayed on a screen are seen in this multiple exposure illustration photo taken in Krakow, Poland, on Dec. 10, 2021. (Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Musk was originally scheduled to host a show and tell event for Neuralink on Oct. 31, but it was postponed to Wednesday on Oct. 24 without a given reason.
Following the update Wednesday night, Musk responded on Twitter to a Bloomberg article about the announcement, stating the company is “now confident” the device is ready for humans. He added that “timing is a function of working through the FDA approval process.”