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The Many Ways Elon Musk’s Neuralink Could Go Wrong

The brain-machine interface will require innovative ways of thinking about risk. We mapped it out.

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SSeveral weeks ago, I was asked to write a commentary for the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) on the ethics of Elon Musk and Neuralink’s much-touted brain-machine interface. JMIR had accepted Musk’s paper…




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Andrew Maynard

Andrew Maynard

Scientist, futurist & Professor of Global Futures at ASU. Author of Future Rising and Films from the Future. Writing about tech, society, & the future

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