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Mary Lou Jepsen
I'm asked lots about & 's announcement coming Aug 28. My thoughts: 1) stop w/ brain surgery required for brain computer communication - think bolder.... Non invasive is key like Openwater. 2) why do u need 50 days of prep post $160M - who died?
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Paul Jul 11
, As might know best, human machine interfaces are so much less intimidating, and more accessible without the brain surgery. I'm excited to embrace the future of her spectacular openwater.
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Luke James Stephens Jul 11
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
Any updates on open water? Non invasive seems preferable to me.
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v7t Jul 11
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
Yes, non-invasive is key. There is a huge amount of information one could gather with right tools non-invasively. Openwater is better compared with Kernel than Neuralink (which feels more like sheer brute force)
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v7t Jul 11
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
Neuralink is widening the range of possibilities through invasive tools, which will help in studying many aspects of the brain with high precision data. This is not necessarily the primary intent of a BCI.
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Ted Lemon Jul 12
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
Hm. External equivalent to cochlear implants might be an interesting proof-of-concept. Also useful.
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Jennifer Littlefield Jul 16
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
Howdy... Was wondering if your work would aim to help with spinal issues? Compression etc.
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TheBojda Jul 12
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
It would be nice to see a debate between and .
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Matt Jul 15
I would love you to see this, in addition with Kernel
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Matt Jul 15
Replying to @mljmljmlj @elonmusk
Any update?
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