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Elon Musk thinks AI brain chips could ‘Solve’ autism and schizophrenia

By Reuters
26 November 2019   |   1:37 pm
In a recent interview on the ‘Artificial Intelligence’ podcast, Musk spoke about the future plans for his neural- technology company, Neuralink.

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