Right now Musk has only implanted Neuralink into a "pig named Gertrude," which was recently paraded around in a shameless display of animal cruelty as part of Musk's official public unveiling of the Orwellian technology.
Musk's coin-sized computer chip, which had earlier been described as a "brain-computer interface," has supposedly been in Gertrude's brain for two months now, and allows a larger Neuralink computer system to track and monitor her every move and behavior, including everything she touches or bumps with her snout.
"On the screen you can see each of the neural spikes," an unmasked Musk stated during his presentation to a room full of masked observers who were watching Gertrude poke around in the hay and eat food inside her animal cage.
"You can see the neurons will fire much more when you're not touching the snout, and, uh, that's what's making the beeping sound," Musk added. "Alright, cool. So as you can see, we have a healthy, happy pig, initially shy but obviously high energy, and, you know, kind of loving life."
The official story is that Neuralink supposedly exists to "implant wireless brain-computer interfaces that include thousands of electrodes in the most complex human organ to help cure neurological conditions like Alzheimer's, dementia and spinal cord injuries," though the "ultimate" goal, as previously mentioned, is to "fuse humankind with [AI]."
Musk claims that based on what is already being observed in Gertrude, his implantable devices "can actually solve these problems." And proof of this is in all the beeping noises that a Neuralink scanner machine made while Gertrude went about her business inside the cage.
While Musk did not specify when Neuralink computer chips might be ready for implanting into human brains, an image depicting what the installation process might look like – see below – shows a human skull being drilled open, and a Musk microchip being installed.
According to Musk, there are two other pigs besides Gertrude that have received his microchips. He collectively refers to them as the "three little pigs," insisting that they are all "healthy" and "happy" animals that have no idea they are being controlled by Musk and his AI robots.
Hilariously, Musk also claims that the chips are so advanced that they can "predict a pig's limb movement," for instance when placed on a treadmill that is turned on, forcing the animal to run. According to Musk, his microchips have "high accuracy" in determining that when a pig is placed on a treadmill, it will start running.
"Let us guess: When the treadmill started, the pigs used their legs to run forward? And we're not even neurosurgeons!" joked the writers over at Zero Hedge about Musk's statements.
As for the safety of Neuralink, Musk says that even he could have a Neuralink installed right now "and you wouldn't even know it."
"Maybe I do," he added. "Or, I could be on drugs. Who knows? It's kind of like a Fitbit in your skull with tiny wires."
While Musk's presentation was supposedly not about fundraising and only about "recruiting," it appears as though the goal is to raise more funds for Neuralink to eventually be unveiled for mass installation into humans.
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