Elon Musk Says He's In The Middle Of Developing A Microchip Which Allows Users To Stream Music From Their Brain
Elon Musk may have a revolutionary invention coming soon. Hot New Hip Hop reported today that the Tesla CEO may be close to creating a microchip that streams music directly into its user's brain. Reportedly, the entrepreneur may introduce a revolutionary product with Neuralink.
Fans of the Space X founder know he is frequently in the headlines for his controversial remarks, aspirations, and even his support for the potential presidential candidate, Kanye West. Elon has garnered a reputation as a tech-savvy genius with revolutionary ideas.
Tech Crunch was the first to report on Musk's startup company, Neuralink, which plans to create a product in which thin wires are implanted into a person's brain which can then connect to an outside computer for the purposes of playing music.
On his Twitter account, Elon Musk answered a number of questions regarding the viability of such an invention. Reportedly, one fan asked Elon if it was possible to upload music directly from the chip into one's brain, and Elon said, "yes."
The CEO of Tesla went on to say the chip would have a number of other purposes, many of which would be even more useful and revolutionary. For instance, the entrepreneur claimed it was possible to use the chip to combat the effects of health disorders like depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Moreover, it's possible the microchip will be able to mimic the effects of OxyContin, so users would no longer have to actually take the drug to benefit from its properties. Put simply, the microchip would be able to create positive effects on its users without negative consequences.
As it was just noted, Elon has been in the news for other reasons lately , many of which aren't always positive. For instance, earlier today, it was reported that Elon said "pronouns sucked," which even his baby momma, Grimes, responded to.
Grimes wrote in response to his tweet that he should get off his phone and call her immediately. The Montreal native added that she didn't want Elon to have hate in his heart, and she knows he's better than that anyway.