“With the development of brain-machine interface technology, in the long term, this connection is expected to expand the channels of communication between the outside world and the human brain, ‘accessing’ more brain regions and new neural data. This technology could allow humans to effectively integrate with artificial intelligence.” —Elon Musk, pushing his brain chips in a CCP state publication
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was widely acclaimed a savior and hero by US conservatives and pro-free speech voices a few months ago when he initially attempted to buy Twitter, claiming he wanted to make it pro-free speech again. While Musk may have been very sincere at the time (he is now in a legal battle to try and withdraw from the Twitter contract), his transhumanism and heavy investment in a Tesla branch in China (where every business is directly answerable to the genocidal Chinese Communist Party [CCP]) raised red flags—literally.
A Musk article republished in English on Substack a couple of weeks ago makes Musk’s commitment to free speech even more questionable. Musk wrote an article for China Cyberspace, “a monthly magazine run by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the central agency for internet control and regulation.”
“One day when we solve the problem of self-driving cars (i.e., real-world artificial intelligence), we will be able to extend artificial intelligence technology to humanoid robots, which will have a much broader application than cars. . .These [Neuralink] companies focus on developing computer-human brain fusion technologies, developing brain chips the size of coins, similar to wearable devices such as smartphones, except that they integrate more deeply with the user’s body—recording and stimulating brain activity.”
“Pro-free speech” Musk wants to fuse AI to humans—and he wants the greatest mass murderer of all time, the CCP, to help him do it.
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