Technology

Elon Musk wants to use 'wizard hats' to link our brains up to computers

The entrepreneur's next frontier is human thinking, which he thinks can be improved

21 July 2019 - 00:13 By Olivia Rudgard

Elon Musk doesn't do things by halves. The maverick entrepreneur is trying to transform driving, space travel and tunnelling - and now the founder of Tesla and SpaceX wants to hack your brain, too.

His most ambitious and least talked-about project is Neuralink, a futuristic plan to enhance our natural thinking, planning and communicating abilities by linking our brains up to computers...

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