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Musk's neural link.
« on: May 16, 2020, 05:01:24 PM »
I love tech but i can't stand this.

He's a typical break-downer of human intelligence who thinks that it's equivalent to f###ing NAND gates.

The rockets are amazing, the cars work, but our brains are not a collection of on/off switches, they're electrochemical and have wide-ranging subtlety in their interactions.

Even machine/deep-learning today, to the uninitiated it looks like intelligence, but it's just advanced pattern-matching, it doesn't 'know' what it's doing.

Too much AI fear and too many AI claims, i bet it'll be more than 10 years until we have the first implantable that can do maths for you. Nowhere in his papers or his marketing does he describe the physical I/O and the specifities of the link.
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