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    Neurolink Chief Executive Officer Musk, is betting that millions of people will eventually elect to become cybernetically enhanced. “This is going to sound pretty weird, but ultimately, we will achieve symbiosis with artificial intelligence,” Musk says at a news conference in San Francisco. “This is not a mandatory thing. It is a thing you can choose to have if you want. This is something that I think will be really important on a civilization-level scale.”

This Will Not Make You a Superhero (or a god)

Elon Musk and other technocrats like him are eager to sell you on Neuralink. No matter how it’s packaged, implanting interface chips into your brain IS evasive & ripe for hackers to manipulate & abuse people beyond our wildest imagination.

Neuralink Corporation is an American Brain-computer interface Neuroprosthetics company founded by Elon Musk and others, developing implantable brain–machine interfaces (BMIs). Neuralink reportedly will build brain implants for medical use and to give healthy people superpowers. The idea has gotten the public excited about a coming era of consumer-friendly neurotech.

However, this technology has far reaching implications. There have been many concerning questions about these devices, for starters, who has read write access to your brain? Where does the data go? & who controls what get’s collected? Are ads something we will have to just put up with in the future? What about our right to our own thoughts & privacy? Will users be forced to just give up their right to privacy in exchange for another convenience?

For example, with Musk’s neural lace having access to your brain waves and any information that makes these your unique signature, if you are utilizing their neurological device will people have any option to turn it off? What protections will users have to control what data is sold to third parties? Is there any way to make sure your data stays private?

Consider this: If you had the implant installed, what guarantee do you have against hackers since Edward Snowden’s wikileak disclosures revealed nothing is safe & anything can be hacked. What are the unintended consequence implications & who’s libel Neualink? We know 5g will handle the huge data transfers to enable this technology to be widely used, won’t the health risk be exponentially higher than what is already of concern with the 5g rollout since it’s inside your body?

These questions raise fundamental concerns about your private thoughts and if that would lead to government intervention to protect your privacy rights and keep this technology from being abused. With all we know today, how can we trust them? Would you trust them with your most intimate thoughts? And then there’s pre-crime, but that’s another story….

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