Elon Musk wants to make losing your headphones a thing of the past - because he wants to stream music directly to your brain.
His latest project, a brain-hacking startup called Neuralink, is preparing for a reveal on August 28th, and he's been teasing details via Twitter.
Computer scientist Austin Howard tweeted at Elon, asking, "If we implement Neuralink - can we listen to music directly from our chips?"
If we implement neuralink - can we listen to music directly from our chips? Great feature. https://t.co/RwVLnS5JbL
— Austin Howard (@a_howard8) July 19, 2020
Elon, never one to mince his words, simply replied "yes". The potential of Neuralink is endless. No more lost AirPods? Sign us up.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 19, 2020
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Not much is known about what Neuralink has been working on, but early plans for the device are aimed at repairing broken neural connections for those suffering brain disorders, including Parkinson's.
We're not quite sure what Neuralink is planning for the future, or if Elon's plan to broadcast music straight to your brain will become a reality, but we're keen to see what's revealed on August 28th.