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  • kozy
    kozy 2 місяці тому +3603

    Don't get me wrong, this is a wonderful advancement that could help a lot of people, but at the same time, it feels like the backstory to a dystopian novel.

    • BlackLivesMatter
      BlackLivesMatter День тому

      @nunyuh Not trying to be rude. Please spell Bible with a capital B.

    • nunyuh
      nunyuh День тому

      Yes the bible

    • BlackLivesMatter
      BlackLivesMatter 6 днів тому

      @Adriana Adnan Yeah, they say they can make the blind see. Being blind is better then that. I agree about the last part too. If i were dead i would not want to have this thing in me.

    • ecogreen 123
      ecogreen 123 6 днів тому

      @Adriana Adnan you are not wrong, however i would love to be brought back from the dead with technology.

    • Adriana Adnan
      Adriana Adnan 6 днів тому

      You are not wrong. I will never buy neuralink. Never. Not even if I died and it could bring me back to life. Never.

  • Zain Junaid
    Zain Junaid 2 місяці тому +229

    Couldn't this also potentially determine if a coma patient is conscious of their surroundings while comatose or that brain activity exists while they are comatose and have the possibility to recover?
    With the family's consent to install the device of course

    • Joel
      Joel 10 днів тому

      What exactly is being in the state of consciousness? How do you measure it?

    • B. Russell Allen
      B. Russell Allen 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter I mean…we’re not talking about brain dead patients. There isn’t a plug to pull. You just feed them and bathe them and hope they wake up one day.

    • Zain Junaid
      Zain Junaid Місяць тому

      @steven G it can still be used to communicate with the patient after brain activity was determined with the fmri scan

    • steven G
      steven G Місяць тому

      People have been able to scan for brain activity since the 90s dude. you don't need to drill into someones head.

    • SurfingBilly96
      SurfingBilly96 Місяць тому

      there are already devices that pick up brain activity (lot less invasive and easy to use/cheaper as well) and i think they are already being used for this purpose, its not what the neuralink was meant to do.

  • 4DCResinSmoker
    4DCResinSmoker 2 місяці тому +72

    Well here's likely to be the major issue with this tech... The brain mapping isn't very likely to be the same for each person. Thus would likely have to be "discovered" and mapped for each individual.
    Beyond this the issue the tech could be used in some really dark ways, effectively turning someone into a slave without them realizing what they are really doing. After all, our perception is our reality. Control what people experience, then you can control their both their thought and actions.

    • Cassi Kair
      Cassi Kair 25 днів тому

      And you know why he wanted to own Twitter.

    • Yorg Borg
      Yorg Borg 27 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter what part are you saying what to?

    • Yorg Borg
      Yorg Borg 27 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter To the blind or people who are paralyzed? It is quite good. At least they would have a choice.

    • Yorg Borg
      Yorg Borg 28 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter imo, why someone does something good doesn’t matter. Ego, money, pride, etc etc. all that matters is that something good happened.

    • Yorg Borg
      Yorg Borg 28 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter So if you lost your sight tomorrow, you would rather stay blind?

  • Nick Northcutt
    Nick Northcutt 2 місяці тому +159

    This is just mind blowing... can't believe this is becoming a reality.

    • MJ 420
      MJ 420 14 днів тому

      @Ed John lol you say that I bet you he’s ready to start right now. I say within ten year maybe sooner but this is definitely happening In are life time

    • alえーる
      alえーる 20 днів тому

      This is just a first world thingy lol.

    • abbs brady
      abbs brady 22 дні тому

      @cxrt i weep for the future daily

    • Ed John
      Ed John 28 днів тому +1

      Not gona happen any time soon

    • 707josh
      707josh 29 днів тому

      @mr loqqe Why are you bothered by my comment? My life is amazing and I love it, I’d also love to see the huge futuristic like advancements we will make in my life time. No need to even reply to my comment

  • Mounz owo
    Mounz owo Місяць тому +35

    To be able to see through this advice basically means that you can see everything you project through it. So you could literally watch movies in first person or be able to access the Internet inside your brain. Virtual Reality is getting an upgrade

    • Alex Wanczyk
      Alex Wanczyk Місяць тому

      Or, it could show you an unskipable ad that takes up your entire field of view and becomes your reality for as long as the advertiser wants.

    • Ashtyn Clark
      Ashtyn Clark Місяць тому +3

      This is the stuff they talked about in the book for Ready Player One (not the movie) and Ready Player Two. Hopefully we at least end up with SAO. Lofl

    • Daily_Snow
      Daily_Snow Місяць тому +4

      Sooo SAO

    • Codeman ‘
      Codeman ‘ Місяць тому

      i was thinking the same thing

  • Zackery Trahan
    Zackery Trahan 2 місяці тому +13456

    So just imagine NeuroLink is a subscription-based service and you miss a month and they turn off your legs

    • Adam
      Adam 24 дні тому

      Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha yes £1.25p to activate the the part of your mind where you understand banter I love it. Elon turn my legs on I'm sorry I missed a payment. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Celina Chalela
      Celina Chalela Місяць тому

      😂😂😂so true.

    • Jay •TX
      Jay •TX Місяць тому

      @pinkman I agree

    • pinkman
      pinkman Місяць тому

      @Jay •TX bro wants people to stay blind

    • pinkman
      pinkman Місяць тому

      @What was that??? the guys whos watched too much fiction

  • Kevin Cardona
    Kevin Cardona 2 місяці тому +7

    So I probably have no idea what I'm talking about but I have a few open-ended questions based on what the second speaker mentioned about stimulating neurons with a controlled electric current to communicate an image to the part of the brain associated with sight.
    Couldn't you then, if you can find the right spots on the brain for the inputs, communicate/simulate any and every sensation?
    Could any sight, hearing, scent, taste, touch be felt if you just have the right electrical current lighting up the right neurons in the right way?
    And even further beyond that, could, you use these same electrical currents, which can carry information like images, and use them to send other types of information, like the entire contents of books or test answers, a telepathic conversation, or classified information?
    I think the most beckoning question though is based on the part at the end with the pig. He mentioned how they were decoding muscle movements, but that it wasn't the focus of the project, and that in fact they were seeking to create movement. But doesn't the fact that this level of decoding is possible mean that the very information we receive and keep in our minds might eventually be reliably decoded too?
    It feels like there's so many revolutionary changes in the way we learn, heal, communicate, and experience existence coming from this technology, with both awe-inspiring and terrifying implications that we have probably only begun to imagine.

  • Karmic Avenger
    Karmic Avenger Місяць тому +2

    The opportunities to help those without mobility shows great promise. They already have some brain interfaces now, but this looks smaller and better. The signals basically look like a robust EEG. Getting the signals to actually restore mobility will be the hard part. We can already read brainwaves from the forehead, but much less signal. For the non-disabled it seems like a better idea to focus on VR and AR with brainwave reading capabilities. The things that can go wrong with skull holes and brain strings are vast not to mention hackers that are already prevalent all over the world. Maybe keep it a medical device until the brains are secure. Also, couldn’t an EMP take out a future implanted population?

  • Mitch Stevenson
    Mitch Stevenson 2 місяці тому +5

    There is a lot that is impressive about this… but that surgical robot is really something. I work in surgery every day with robots and that robot is absurdly advanced.

  • Panashi FZCO
    Panashi FZCO 2 місяці тому +2

    The neuralink is pretty fascinating and amazing unless it is misused.

    • GODknows
      GODknows Місяць тому

      So sad when he gets a grip of humanity and we realize we were tricked then we are doomed we are halfway there for the last 2.5 years and 60 years in the making...Sayonara!

    • Blinx Blinx
      Blinx Blinx Місяць тому

      @Muhammad SyahmiHumans are just naturally evil. Especially puppets like Elong. Lol 💩

    • Muhammad Syahmi
      Muhammad Syahmi 2 місяці тому +1

      we all know it will be misused. look at facebook and any human creation... at first of their presentation, emotion and noble belief... But, at the end... it is misused

  • Ni-Ti-Fe-Se
    Ni-Ti-Fe-Se 2 місяці тому +1471

    Medically, absolutely fascinating progress.
    Ethically, extremely dubious, and terrifying, and will definitely be used for nefarious purposes after a number of years.

    • Kabuki Joe
      Kabuki Joe 25 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter lmao ok clown

    • Kabuki Joe
      Kabuki Joe 25 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter bro you are talking about your grandads pacemaker probably from the 90s or early 2000s. Most pacemakers can bluetooth and have wifi capabilities for diagnostics. Its not like some obscured technology. If you want to stay clueless thats on you.

    • Kabuki Joe
      Kabuki Joe 26 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter quick google search will tell you everything.

    • Kabuki Joe
      Kabuki Joe 26 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter Yes, pacemakera can connect to the internet.

    • Nathan Joseph
      Nathan Joseph Місяць тому

      Just as any new tech is used

  • Adrian Brave
    Adrian Brave 2 місяці тому +1

    Mapping the brain, incredible. This is just the beginning. The caveman carving the first wheel.

  • destavin
    destavin Місяць тому +1

    Several issues I've already noticed as someone who studies Cognitive Science.
    1. The robot inserts the device into the brain. Are the people supposed to sedated? fMRI is already hard enough to get people to sit still, and I don't want to imagine how bloody this gonna be.
    2. The robot was designed to insert a quarter-sized chip into the brain.
    I saw they used a male mannequin, I think that would pretty much guarantee this being a death sentence or especially risky process for women, as they are not the same size as men.
    3. Musk said they could restore vision to the congenital/early blind.
    That's a pretty much useless feat as there are already existing surgeries for some conditions. The issue is that although their vision is restored their brain doesn't know how to interpret the signals.

  • Aby mohanan
    Aby mohanan Місяць тому +1

    Wow, amazing I Wana see it's full potential when it's fully completed 😍🤩🤑🤑

  • RTCNG
    RTCNG Місяць тому +1

    Now I know what people felt like when they witnessed Edison or Forest inventing the lightbulb and radio. Musk is a name that will be on a list in history books.

  • Ethan Shafer
    Ethan Shafer 2 місяці тому +408

    Incredible advancement in human technology with scary implications. This seems like something that could be incredibly dangerous, and I suspect it will require an incredible amount of care to prevent this from being used in unintended ways. The sky really seems to be the limit here.

    • G
      G 16 годин тому

      People complain about new technology all the time, they never realise how stupid they look when people have easier lives because of the tech.

    • SCP-3812
      SCP-3812 3 дні тому

      @Yanick i mean, you could theoretically travel faster than the speed of light, just not faster

    • Bob Barker
      Bob Barker 27 днів тому

      Won't be used to help handicapped but to enslave us

    • Mixoftwo
      Mixoftwo Місяць тому +1

      @Khan Ch. how is there no info transferred with entanglement? If a particle is undefined and has no properties (doesn’t exist) before we measure it, how come that by observing it we determine its properties, which directly influence the state of its entangled counterpart on the other side of the universe? I would get that there is no info travel if the states of the particles were already predetermined before we measured them, but we know that is not the case. Or are you saying that space time isn’t fundamental and that reality goes deeper?

    • Pawel Kapica
      Pawel Kapica Місяць тому +1

      it's strange because Elon Musk is warning us about ai. Gues what ai will be able to do if humans have chips implanted in their brains. I mean come on, you can't tell me he didn't think of this.

  • [OFc]Merchant
    [OFc]Merchant 2 місяці тому +1

    Thank you Mr Elon Musk and team 🎉❤

  • Michael Peralta
    Michael Peralta 2 місяці тому +8

    I get we live in a tough world so this kind of stuff is needed but it can get crueler with this being weaponized and used as a form of control. I just hope this is in the right hands, restoring someone’s vision is on its way to what Gods do

    • Peter Tyldesley
      Peter Tyldesley 22 дні тому

      @BlackLivesMatter but you're not blind, let people who are blind decide what they do or do not want.

    • Peter Tyldesley
      Peter Tyldesley 23 дні тому

      @BlackLivesMatter I imagine by your strong opinion on this that you must be blind. Clearly, only a bind person would be able to comment on such a matter. I would have thought that a lot of blind people would gladly pay a lot of money to have their vision restored, even if there were ongoing costs. But what can I say? I'm not blind, so my opinion is invalid.

    • Peter Tyldesley
      Peter Tyldesley 25 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter right, well that was 2000 years ago. Not much use for people who can't see today.

    • Peter Tyldesley
      Peter Tyldesley 25 днів тому

      Or, more to the point, what gods don't do.

    • Stephen Viele
      Stephen Viele Місяць тому +1

      Most anything could be used for evil. I understand your concerns but at the same time, it could be said about a lot of things. Cars, Guns, The internet, security cameras, the government, the list goes on. I don't think we as a civilization should fear new tech but we also need to understand that at some point someone WILL try to take advantage of it. Whether that's something small like making it stupid expensive or on a darker note destroying 100s of 1000s of people's lives. This is why we should embrace the advancements but do everything in our power to safeguard the user and bystanders before ever releasing it to the public. I still personally think we are quite a ways from this being something that everyone has in their head. I feel it will stay mostly a medical device for most of our lives. With the exception of some event taking place where people either need to have the device for some unforeseen reason or are forced to.

  • Guitar Mini Originals
    Guitar Mini Originals Місяць тому

    Musk is right about AI- for it to stay aligned to us or to have a chance against a pure AI antagonist, it must be human-foundational.

  • James Klippel
    James Klippel 2 місяці тому +1

    Scary to think years from now, the concept of doing it by inserting 64 threads directly into the brain will be considered barbaric... Maybe I should hold out until the tech evolves.

  • Christian Constitutionalist
    Christian Constitutionalist 2 місяці тому +1

    "Quick decision maker on the fruit front" - Elon has really grown on me over the last 3-4 years or so.

  • Josh Harrington
    Josh Harrington 2 місяці тому +615

    A universal code of conduct needs to be created for these technologies.

    • jcbusto122
      jcbusto122 8 днів тому

      I've telling people this! It's going to require someone that is outside the business to lead it too. This is opening up a massive new world and way of life. Eventually, and much sooner than most people realize, we will all have to make a choice. Eventually everyone will become a cyborg and continue to morph into machine or get left behind. And there will be tremendous benefit despite the fears

    • Noneofyour Business
      Noneofyour Business 26 днів тому

      The age of the super villains have begun… we are going to see a real life doctor octopus soon walking around town

    • Lushen
      Lushen Місяць тому

      Considering this is the only company doing this, what good would that do?

    • Matt B
      Matt B Місяць тому

      Good luck trying to get selfish humans to adhere to a code of conduct

    • R1pperduck
      R1pperduck Місяць тому

      @Eat N Play that was always the plan, he discussed his roadmap on the podcast. Handicaps first, then much later, telepathy and instant information.

  • Jay Boelter
    Jay Boelter 2 місяці тому +1

    Imagine the data they could collect on you if you had one of those in!! 😂 that’s insanity. Every thing you see and think about will be sold to companies who want to know everything about you.

  • Zac Goold
    Zac Goold 2 місяці тому +5

    In my opinion, this is why Apple made sure to drop any issues they had with Musk. When he announced that he’d make a phone if Apple removed Twitter, yes it was an empty threat, but they knew that, even if it took him a long time (along with a signature Elon delay) and a lot of money, he could make a phone that would blow everyone out of the water. Ironically, Elon’s attempt at controlling AI is only going to accelerate the growth of a decentralised AI network, which I think will lead to superhuman evils of which we cannot imagine.

    • Jensen Raylight
      Jensen Raylight 2 місяці тому +1

      Elon is not the one who build this technology, he is clueless about it.
      he just fund the companies and talents that he interested in and make it as if he is the one who create it.
      Just like what he did with Tesla
      if they want to, Apple is just as capable to build this kind of stuff,
      their trillions of dollar is real, not fakes like Elon's "pumped" Trillion dollar
      Neuralink Cofounder even Invests in Rival company, because the Rival companies just
      way better way ahead of Neuralink.
      so, no, Elon is the Loudest one, not the Best one.
      most of the time he did an absurd claim but can't back it up.
      his other companies was barely survive, bleeding money, not profitable, and just fade in background, like Solarcity and Boring.
      unlike Apple who own Multiple winning products in multiple unrelated categories

  • Alexander Defatte
    Alexander Defatte 2 місяці тому +486

    I've been reading about this for around 30 years or so. The technology is what's finally catching up.

    • malachithomas1
      malachithomas1 2 місяці тому

      @Juan money

    • tiny
      tiny 2 місяці тому

      Same. I’ve been reading this for 89 years now and it’s finally catching up. Crazy.

    • official weet-bix fan account
      official weet-bix fan account  2 місяці тому

      @Kellie Lienne you didn't have to do the guy like that

    • Mystical Misfit
      Mystical Misfit 2 місяці тому

      No

    • adam
      adam 2 місяці тому

      @Kevin stop posting yt comments and smelling your own farts in your mother's basement

  • Vain
    Vain 2 місяці тому +2

    People from the 1950’s: I thought we’d have flying cars by now

  • Gamdan Yunizar
    Gamdan Yunizar 2 місяці тому

    This is cool for something that'll be available 20 years from now

  • TruckdriverJoe AndOtherFables
    TruckdriverJoe AndOtherFables 2 місяці тому

    Is there any other big tech actually doing anything for humanity or is Elon the only one. To think how lives could be vastly different if big tech and business would stay out of politics and just create useful things.

  • psychopath rob
    psychopath rob 2 місяці тому

    Amazing. Imagine how many blind or partially paralyzed people will be healed by this technology. Just 100 years ago a simple root canal was fatal.

  • Rob C.
    Rob C. 2 місяці тому +340

    At first I was like “how are they going to know exactly which lower motor neurons to activate amongst a wide group of people”? And then I realized that they are going to have to program it based on the feedback of each human they are putting it in to then program the movements that work most comfortably for the individual. Simply fascinating. Your can kinda see Fourier patterns in the test. This is super fascinating and will only get better and better.

    • James Hogge
      James Hogge 28 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter I didn't think you did. My position is more that there may well be people who are happy to go through with that and who feel their lives have benefited from that option. Everyone else need not opt in and remains no worse off. If the majority of people are in that second category, the venture would flop

    • James Hogge
      James Hogge 28 днів тому +1

      @BlackLivesMatter It would suck if someone made you go and get the surgery against your will. If you don't like the option but don't have to pick it, you're in a position no worse off than you were already.

    • James Hogge
      James Hogge 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter so don't pay the subscription...? In that scenario nobody has lost out because people have just gained options

    • James Hogge
      James Hogge 2 місяці тому +1

      @Wilson ^ This.
      For the examples given with the pigs, it's just a supervised regression problem to learn the function that translates cortex to spine.
      Although in patients where the link has already been severed, it will be a little more difficult because you can't simultaneously compare the two. That said, you could just arbitrarily connect cortex neurons to spinal neurons: the brain will quite happily do the learning itself ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    • Wilson
      Wilson 2 місяці тому +2

      @Rainie B. The job of the artificial neural network is decoupled from whatever system is responsible for stimulating the nerves.
      There exists a non-linear mapping between the output from the implant and the movement of the leg.
      We know this relationship exists but we cannot see it with our little human brains. The ANN’s are perfect for fitting this function. (See Non-Linear Function Approximation). It does not need to be Re-programmed (much) because it learns the mapping by itself.
      You are right in that stimulating the nerves to try and cause a movement can be very dangerous but this job is handled by a completely different system on board the chip (using what the network has learned from it’s training)

  • Andy
    Andy 2 місяці тому +1

    How do you think Elon Musk can tweet all day and do heaps of other stuff he's def linked up

  • Joshua Graham
    Joshua Graham Місяць тому

    Like a lot of other people here this incites a feeling that is mix between total excitement and extreme anxiety. Where will this go, what are the implications? It may seem like a gimmick, or something inconsequential but by rubbing away at that boundary divide between us and our machines we are widening the future and its possibilities.

  • Mike M
    Mike M 2 місяці тому

    Given that there won’t be enough ‘clients’ to justify the R&D costs to develop this technology, just think how they will ‘pivot’ to the general population.

  • 3d guy247
    3d guy247 2 місяці тому

    Mind boggling, great for the people who need it. Imagine you are paralyzed and not able to communicate in any way.

  • Sherif Gad
    Sherif Gad 2 місяці тому +145

    For people aware of EEG signals, a task that depends on eye movements like the shown keyboard demo is quite easy to implement as you would get very strong and clear signals from the eye muscles to mark the direction of movement for the mouse. The imaginary tasks that don't involve eye movements are way more challenging to model using brain EEG signals. You could achieve same results with eye movement tracking electrodes placed on the face not inside the brain.

    • the famousdjx
      the famousdjx 2 місяці тому

      @pr0m0c0de Which is how it should be. No one person can ever master everything. You'll do greater things collaborating with other people. Some people are talented but cant do a lot without guidance or leadership from someone. That someone might not be even be as technically smart as them, but can be good visionaries, or well connected or with lots of resources etc

    • luckerowl
      luckerowl 2 місяці тому

      @BladeTrain3r I'm sure we're going to see many "implantable devices explode as a consumer technology" just like we did Teslas

    • BladeTrain3r
      BladeTrain3r 2 місяці тому +1

      @Kleiner Most technology is iterative, the key takeaway here is the improvement in miniaturisation, surgical technique and granularity of signal.
      It's nothing much new in concept, but it's better than what came before. If it keeps getting better eventually it will be considered good enough for early adopters to try out, if that goes well it enters into the mainstream of medical science. If it gets that far, I'd bet we'll see implantable devices explode as a consumer technology...
      A lot of ifs, but whether Neuralink specifically succeeds or not, I think it's pretty inevitable and these demos are solid indicators of progress in the areas needed to make it viable outside of experimentation and prototypes.

    • Altirix
      Altirix 2 місяці тому +1

      @Ignacio Navarro consumer level wireless implant? No one? because they are all medical devices? on top of being R&D devices that are not authorised for general medical use. reasearch has been done on the topic "Brain-computer interface" since the late 1960s. first humans trials were around the late 1970s. limitations on the number of channels and processing power were likely major factors back then too. but there is one major reason why R&D slowed down significantly. the efficacy of the implant degraded as time went on due to scaring around the electrode so you maybe only get control back for a few years. it will likely be decades till there is any "consumer device" clinical trials take years, getting human test subjects and regulatory approval is also a slow process. we are now maybe only just at the cusp of being able to make this technology that we know should be possible for decades to actually work in the real world. but it all requires money, funding will be hard to come by until someone demos a breakthrough.

    • Dan iel
      Dan iel 2 місяці тому

      #1. This isnt EEG, this is a small internal implant with internal electrodes. #2. You could not achieve the same results with eye movement tracking electrodes on the face as it processes electric signals in the brain for clicking as well, you would have to program an abstraction for that to achieve what you are saying, such as blink=click which then would not be the same as this. #3. You are dumb and ignorant. Please never speak again.

  • Ned Flembeg
    Ned Flembeg Місяць тому

    This is just amazing

  • James Hilton
    James Hilton 2 місяці тому +2

    I think a lot of technological advancements are positive but this feels like it's not good at all, maybe for the disabled, but it will obviously be used for nefarious purposes. We're not mature enough to deal with weapons or technology as it is on a collective scale - how will we be mature deal with this so we don't abuse or exploit others? I don't think we're ready. This could easily be our downfall, a tyranny we can never escape.

  • Onemanmade Entertainment
    Onemanmade Entertainment Місяць тому +2

    Absolutely incredible

  • M C
    M C 2 місяці тому

    Absolutely beautiful idea...

  • boscoblack
    boscoblack 2 місяці тому +426

    As a physical therapist, this type of work has the potential to bring tears. The hope that this gives to so many individuals suffering with paralysis, as well as their families, is astounding

    • Geri Capo
      Geri Capo 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter Even though what you are saying is true in its core for most rich and influential people. Looking at this situation in particular, and considering Elon Musk being someone who unbiased is innovatively following his path, regardless of what any party or any group of people say or do against him, makes me think this situation is an exception to your premise.
      I mean we already have a lot of problems, for which we for years HAVEN'T FOUND a solution into or REFUSE to implement the ways we know to solve them, so not making new steps to find new ways and possibilities CAN be detrimental to us, and because of the peculiar situation we are in as humans, will most likely devolve us rather than moving forward.
      This technology, as dangerous as it can be, can also be useful.
      It all depends on the way you use it.
      But as every other DANGER (Phone, Internet, Networking, People, Government). Choosing our path depends on people's heart.

    • Krystian Geldon
      Krystian Geldon 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter yeah that sounds horrible. Good thing if wont be anything like that

    • boscoblack
      boscoblack 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter I guess you can think and speculate all you want. We wont know what really happens until it happens

    • boscoblack
      boscoblack Місяць тому

      @@yourewrong1120 what claim did I make?

    • boscoblack
      boscoblack Місяць тому

      @@yourewrong1120 You're the one making claims without evidence. Have you ever heard of the burden of proof? The fact that you think I'm required to respond to your every statement and prove you wrong is laughable. It's like me saying Bigfoot exists and its up to you to disprove me.

  • evilspacemonkeyman
    evilspacemonkeyman 2 місяці тому +1

    At our current trajectory, we are heading for a CyberPunk future. High tech, low life.
    The tech is a big lever. Which direction are we going to head with this though? Will we get over our egos and greed, or will we drown in the data stream?
    Based on history and current events, it really doesn't look good.

  • Archie h
    Archie h 2 місяці тому +1

    wow what a amazingly scary thing. This is a incredible feat of humanity!

  • Nt40
    Nt40 Місяць тому

    Being able to bridge the gap in a severed spinal column is a thought I've had since about 10 years old, and it makes so much sense, just the technology was lacking.

    • Nt40
      Nt40 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter Isn't there this old white doctor in Africa doing everyones cataracts for less than a couple of dollars a head? Incredible.... Big Pharma the true enemy.

    • Nt40
      Nt40 Місяць тому

      @Fireteam Omega yeah the wireless bridge seems very plausible to me. Can't wait to see it developed

    • Fireteam Omega
      Fireteam Omega Місяць тому

      It's still lacking if it was as simple as attaching a set of new wires from point A to point B it would have been done. Honestly I have more faith in substances isolated derived from stem cells that are used in neuronal growth being used as a sort of repair glue. Either that or seeded cellular scaffolding 3d printed into the damaged area.

  • Dubblé Amount
    Dubblé Amount 2 місяці тому

    Can't wait for this tech!

  • JackLloydMusic
    JackLloydMusic 2 місяці тому +2725

    This is both exciting and extremely scary at the same time.

    • C Burg
      C Burg 20 днів тому

      @Insert Money I'm a bit late, so sorry about that...if you mean H+ I would agree...
      ...in other words, 'more' than human is probably more of an accurate description.
      Therefore, not ultimately (tho' there may be some good aspects to it) a good thing.
      Their intent towards us, regarding this technology, is certainly not benevolent.

    • ThuggceeMurdaa
      ThuggceeMurdaa 21 день тому

      Your gonna have this on your brain and somebodies gonna hack your brain and listen to you

    • Rob West
      Rob West 28 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter do you really require a source for every scientist hindered by the Catholic church in history? The list is long. But top of the list is the guy who discovered molecules way before modern scientists did again but was called a heretic and forced to abandon his research.

    • Greerton
      Greerton 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter I reckon your opinion would change if you were blind xD

    • Luminous Dragon
      Luminous Dragon 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter Democracy existed before the internet, yes.
      ANd if we could remove the whole internet from the world everywhere, then yes, I would agree with your statement.
      My statement with the internet is based on the fact that it already exists. if some people have access to the internet and others dont, then democracy is critically at risk..
      So its like saying kings used to rule countries before guns existed therefore its unnecessary for a leader of a country in modern times to have any access to guns in order to stay in power because look at all those leaders who ruled without guns.
      The problem is now the potential invaders have guns, so you have to have them too if you want to stay in power.
      Bringing it back to the internet... the technology exists. people are using it to share true information but also lies and propaganda. people are using it to build movements like BLM (which I support) but also using it to fight against those movements.
      We cant close pandoras box, the internet is here (not to mention AI.. and a bunch of other tech) and if these techs are not given to the people to defend them from corruption then democracy, and a bunch of other stuff like general human rights are at serious risk.

  • Yobani
    Yobani Місяць тому +3

    Damn I kinda want to be their human subject for experiment

    • Newt
      Newt Місяць тому

      me too. if you figure out where to apply, let me know

  • Cyphro H
    Cyphro H Місяць тому

    I think to my self would this work on teaching us more about how things like giant trees interact with the outside worl? We could finely know the last thoughts or images before death or slightly after death?🤔
    Any data is good data.

  • ClasssicAri
    ClasssicAri 2 місяці тому +1

    Imagine missing work because you need a firmware update

  • Moir Candle Company
    Moir Candle Company 2 місяці тому

    Wow this is amazinggggg! Brilliant!

  • Milan
    Milan 2 місяці тому +1717

    WTF I literally had no idea Neuralink had come this far. This is insane.
    Edit: Damn guys, can I not just be amazed by the tech, and enjoy seeing the advancements in technology that humans make? I don't care who invented this tech first. It's my first time seeing how far it has come. Let me be, lmao 😆

    • Milan
      Milan 29 днів тому

      @BlackLivesMatter That would be crazy if they made blind people pay every month to see. I doubt that would happen, there would definitely be many legal problems with that, and I'm pretty sure Elon ain't evil

    • Jayesh
      Jayesh Місяць тому

      @The Saint of Hope No one is to be trusted, that's not some billionaire specific trait

    • John Doe
      John Doe Місяць тому

      @alangregory5580 you didn't say you used to be an "Elon fanboy" too, did you? Then no, I wouldn't hit you with the lefty label like I did the Thanos looking dude. My point being the only people who loved him once and now hate him are all LEFT. It all started when he purchased Twitter and shown the world that the left has been actively lying, hiding facts, and working with the FBI to remove a sitting president, create division, and protect the current presidents son's illegal pay for play scheme. I would bet all I own or my very life that he is a leftist and I would win guaranteed.

    • Homelander
      Homelander Місяць тому

      Yeah neurolink is pretty dope

    • Joseph Rikers
      Joseph Rikers Місяць тому

      No

  • Crystal Crooks
    Crystal Crooks Місяць тому

    Good for Elon Musk!

  • Cayden Games
    Cayden Games Місяць тому

    Dude this is actually so amazing, I hope whenever human trials happens we are able to make way more breakthroughs in this tech because the possibilities seem endless

  • Farhan
    Farhan Місяць тому

    this is incredible!

  • DatBoiDego
    DatBoiDego 2 місяці тому

    That’s kinda crazy, we are entering the next level of evolution, imagine a world where we could fix our bodies to the molecular level.

  • Harper Ho
    Harper Ho 2 місяці тому +115

    This is truly mind blowing. Would’ve never imagined this high level of technology has achieved in today’s world. I think I won’t see those sci-fi as “too” imaginative anymore. Scientists are amazing!

    • Mr.Diesel
      Mr.Diesel 2 місяці тому

      @Dank Coder golden

    • jonnym
      jonnym 2 місяці тому

      @Harper Ho I don't think it is unfair even an MRI can't get the reading to do what they want to do with the neural link(ultra-high bandwidth brain-machine)
      and I don't think the sensors they are implanting are anyway close to the amount of data an MRI gets

    • Harper Ho
      Harper Ho 2 місяці тому +1

      @jonnym umm I think it’s more complicated than what you described and it’s kinda unfair to dismiss the hard work that our scientists have been putting into this.

    • The Truth
      The Truth 2 місяці тому

      This is going to go nowhere. An inferior device like this could not possibly comprehend the vastness of the brain, over a 100 billion neurons that individually make thousands of connections with each other. More connections than the amount of atoms in the universe. All this is doing is activating a tiny fraction that compares to a single drop of water in the ocean. It will never establish control over the brain to do actions as complex as walking. The brain changes and grows. Making new connections, the link does not. Our brains are billions of years in the making, imagine someone working on something for billions of years. Everything about the brain is thought of to collectively work together. This device is not part of the brain and will cause problems in the future

    • Pablo Sanchez
      Pablo Sanchez 2 місяці тому

      ​@Renovatio2142 only since the industrial revolution, the middle ages folks had it worse, you were borned, harvested some crops, and then died. That for hundreds of generations

  • Tim
    Tim  2 місяці тому

    Just think about how much hope this gives ppl with disabilities, the amount of ppl this technology will help and the amount of happines/joy it will give to the world is mind blowing.
    Then you have weirdo liberals/leftist out there that seriously hate Elon with a passion it’s completely insane, even some that wish death on him all over politics , it’s just sad really.
    He has done nothing but use his pull to bring smart motivated ppl together to do great things for humanity and yet these politicians have some ppl so brainwashed that they are almost demons and despise anything shining a light into the darkness.

  • yash1th
    yash1th 2 місяці тому +1

    Me watching seriously
    My 6 year old cousin : what is this?
    Me: it's a mind control machine
    Cousin: is he a super villain who can make people walk and control people's mind??

  • newjerseyjustin
    newjerseyjustin 2 місяці тому

    I love the idea of restoring peoples vision but I want to play games with my mind. I’ve always thought of only I could control every movement with my mind. Crazy

  • Kno
    Kno 2 місяці тому +1

    If the machines in Matrix would have had this technology Neo would not have escaped so easily.

  • Vida Ordinaria
    Vida Ordinaria Місяць тому

    That's an amazing job done by Miguel Nicolelis!
    Thank you, Professor Nicolelis

  • Leonski
    Leonski 2 місяці тому +5

    This is really scary, the impact of this in the world. It would be a revolutionary device that will take your own will…

  • ZachFish-
    ZachFish- 2 місяці тому +2

    People slowly being taught what to think, making choices because they were moved to, now they’ll have a decision that their already programmed accept, to fully give up their minds.. Scary times

  • D K
    D K Місяць тому +6

    It’s neat to see these, but all I can think of is:
    - What if you damage the brain or spinal cord
    - What if someone can hack the system itself
    - What if the system doesn’t operate as it should (knee bends forward 90 degrees instead of backwards 90 degrees
    - What are the long term effects, if any
    - How durable is the material and how can one get “a replacement” if it’s damaged (say a car accident)
    - Speaking of damage during an accident, what would happen to the actual links
    I don’t know... I just don’t see why this makes much, if any, actual real life logic. Some may benefit, sure, but others may get it like they do a new phone every year or two: it’s not needed, they just do it because it’s the top tech.
    I doubt I’d ever use this myself, coming from a catastrophic brain injury myself, I know how delicate the brain is and what tampering with it the wrong way can lead too.

    • Fireteam Omega
      Fireteam Omega Місяць тому

      You're absolutely right they aren't anywhere close to long term safe usage or achieving what he claims. Neurons use very precise potassium and sodium ion exchange of electrical potential in channels in a complex way to create a neural network. That's essentially nanoscale work... but trust us yes we don't have nanotech devices we're just going to sew some wires in and apply current ok 😅

  • Jay Green
    Jay Green 2 місяці тому +194

    That clip with the pig's leg muscles contracting is so mind blowing to me, and the fact that they can stimulate different muscle groups is so so cool. Imagine what this could do for paraplegics or even quadriplegics. Truly fascinating stuff!

    • Носуха
      Носуха 2 місяці тому +1

      @Tim Ogul meat puppets will become obsolete. Drones in the air, drones on land, drones in the sea. That is the future of warfare.

    • Sun Tzu
      Sun Tzu 2 місяці тому

      @Game Channel you are a fool

    • Sun Tzu
      Sun Tzu 2 місяці тому

      @A he's not saying he wants it, he's warning what this technology could do in the hands of evil

    • ISituationHD
      ISituationHD 2 місяці тому

      We can really hope that their technology won't be mind-blowing to us.

    • Jimmy Hart
      Jimmy Hart 2 місяці тому

      It is cool but we’ve been able to this for about 30 years

  • isaiah n
    isaiah n 2 місяці тому +1

    as a kid playing tony hawks underground on the game cube back in the day i couldnt imagine that this is where we’d be in 20 years

  • Joshua Bartlett
    Joshua Bartlett Місяць тому

    When Elon connects himself to NeuroLink and merges his conscious into an AI construct so we can enjoy his stupidity forever. I'll give this channel a thumbs up.

  • Olvin Fuentes
    Olvin Fuentes 2 місяці тому

    Neuralink the best bio-tech company by 2050.

  • Deaf Leopard
    Deaf Leopard 2 місяці тому

    I’m still upset smartphones exist. Now AI and this?
    We can never be left alone

  • Jamie Stewart
    Jamie Stewart 2 місяці тому +379

    I've never even imagined walking again.... After you lose anything, you adapt. I didn't think it would be in my lifetime that I would see someone commit time and money towards a solution. After you've sorted the kinks out I'll be second in line 👍🏽😁🤞🏽❤

    • Brendan Owen
      Brendan Owen 2 місяці тому

      Hello @The Truth "More connections than the amount of atoms in the universe." is a self contradicting statement given the every connection require atoms and each brain is part of the universe.

    • The Truth
      The Truth 2 місяці тому

      This is going to go nowhere. An inferior device like this could not possibly comprehend the vastness of the brain, over a 100 billion neurons that individually make thousands of connections with each other. More connections than the amount of atoms in the universe. All this is doing is activating a tiny fraction that compares to a single drop of water in the ocean. It will never establish control over the brain to do actions as complex as walking. The brain changes and grows. Making new connections, the link does not. Our brains are billions of years in the making, imagine someone working on something for billions of years. Everything about the brain is thought of to collectively work together. This device is not part of the brain and will cause problems in the future

    • Zhenyu Cai
      Zhenyu Cai 2 місяці тому

      @VEGAS 702 He's already a freakshow. He ain't got nothing to lose.
      You'd never know that feeling unless you're in his shoes.

    • Beep the Sheep
      Beep the Sheep 2 місяці тому

      @Acidic Videos Let's just put things in perspective:
      A piece of brain tissue the size of a grain of sand contains 100,000 neurons and 1 billion synapses.
      The human brain contains about 100 billion neurons and many more neuroglia which serve to support and protect the neurons. Each neuron may be connected to up to 10,000 other neurons, passing signals to each other via as many as 1,000 trillion synapses.
      Wiring into the brain...
      I believe they quoted 64 threads every 50mins. 1000 threads for a theoretical grainy 1000 dot image. Forget reading. Forget watching TV. A 50" TV has around 8million pixels. Just listen to the whoopers and clappers cheering BS statements.
      It's all in the video...
      "We believe"
      "Maybe"
      "Might"
      "Possibly"
      64 threads is a quite specific and interesting number. What's next? ...the 128bit version. 😆
      It's a joke right! 🤣

    • bob shagit
      bob shagit 2 місяці тому

      look at the long list of his failures before you put something of his in your brain

  • Abelina Portillo
    Abelina Portillo 17 днів тому +2

    These technologies have been around for a while. Stephen Hawking used something similar. Musk is Imo taking it to an advanced level and introducing new functionality.

  • TheBlvision
    TheBlvision 2 місяці тому +1

    Just like bombs, knives and poisons, things we create could be put into good use, and could be used wrongly. Technology itself is not the issue, human behavior is. And I'm looking forward to this incredible technology that could one day bring great benefit to the society.
    Keep up the great work.

    • heero yui
      heero yui 2 місяці тому

      none of those things compare to this even remotely. Enjoy having your brain chipped and branded by elon. There will be humans and there will be devices used by elon.

  • Anonymous !
    Anonymous ! 2 місяці тому

    Imagine this chip being hacked after installation into the Brian😂

  • Alex Stone
    Alex Stone Місяць тому

    The code for the software and the schematics needs to be open source If I were to put that in my head

  • Scotty Miller
    Scotty Miller 2 місяці тому +51

    This has shown me that we are way closer to full dive VR than I thought. We already have ideas for how to input visual data. And, we have a method for inputting signals into nerves for muscle movement which I imagine would also be possible to intercept signals to put into a machine.

    • hit lag enjoyer
      hit lag enjoyer Місяць тому +1

      @Experimental 2. a quantum computer neural network with trillions of parameters is the simplest blueprint to recreate our reality

    • Experimental 2.
      Experimental 2. Місяць тому

      @INFINIITY proof?

    • computerBleu
      computerBleu Місяць тому

      We're really not THAT close. Elon is really good at hyping and overselling ideas that arent even his own. He is not an innovator. More like a thief.

    • INFINIITY
      INFINIITY 2 місяці тому +2

      @kingof206 we’re already in a Simulation

    • kingof206
      kingof206 2 місяці тому +5

      Gaming in the future will be crazy. Gonna transport you right into it the game itself. Call of duty real life modern warfare 4

  • evolvedfish
    evolvedfish 2 місяці тому +1

    Remember when he said he was distancing himself from this technology and a.i. and then he fully embraced both?

    • GODknows
      GODknows Місяць тому

      All a trick using psychology to trick the masses to gain humanity's trust for his agenda...

  • Zane
    Zane Місяць тому +1

    With the potential this has, it appears that it worth the risks

  • Andrew Jaeger
    Andrew Jaeger 2 місяці тому

    So there showing you that they will control body function, thoughts, and emotions and you will willingly embrace it Bc most don’t even see anything wrong with this, what a world🤦‍♂️

  • Jan Vrabec
    Jan Vrabec Місяць тому

    This is how it looks like to give a presentation you did 5 minute before lesson and checked once..

  • caidicus
    caidicus 2 місяці тому +31

    This is pretty exciting technology. I hope I live long enough to see major strides in this field.

    • The Truth
      The Truth 2 місяці тому

      This is going to go nowhere. An inferior device like this could not possibly comprehend the vastness of the brain, over a 100 billion neurons that individually make thousands of connections with each other. More connections than the amount of atoms in the universe. All this is doing is activating a tiny fraction that compares to a single drop of water in the ocean. It will never establish control over the brain to do actions as complex as walking. The brain changes and grows. Making new connections, the link does not. Our brains are billions of years in the making, imagine someone working on something for billions of years. Everything about the brain is thought of to collectively work together. This device is not part of the brain and will cause problems in the future

  • pkpb
    pkpb 2 місяці тому +1

    Now imagine, that all this data is fed into an AI.

    • Olivier Preziosa
      Olivier Preziosa Місяць тому +1

      Even just to the internet, would be so amazing

  • Tonu Nepz
    Tonu Nepz Місяць тому

    Can Elon make some type of device that helps his speech so he’s not always stuttering

  • saveIR
    saveIR 2 місяці тому +65

    When my Grandpa seen my first cell phone (a flip phone) he said,
    “what a time to be alive”
    More than a decade later and we have this..
    It’s crazy how much we are advancing technologically

    • Joël
      Joël Місяць тому +1

      @Rayane Kemmoun Hahaha dw see the comment just above I was agreeing with you lol

    • Rayane Kemmoun
      Rayane Kemmoun Місяць тому

      @Joël bro thank the fuckinf lord, I legit didn't even know u were joking bc he literally speak like that 😭

    • Joël
      Joël Місяць тому +1

      @Rayane Kemmoun I was obviously joking...

    • Rayane Kemmoun
      Rayane Kemmoun Місяць тому

      @Joël can we stop looking at this so deeply and see things in a simple matter? In our human evolution or life span the things we made/created were slow progress if you compare that to technology, it has mostly come to a faster evolution than all our previous inventions, just for AI as an example, I don't understand how someone can be like oh yeah its just 0100101 when one day it could literally wipe us out if we're not careful

    • Joël
      Joël Місяць тому

      @Rayane Kemmoun No no he is right, at the end of the day everything is made from elements, we just arrange them differently since a few million years but we never really made progress

  • Rus H
    Rus H 2 місяці тому +2

    What a time to be alive...

    • Nexstbob69
      Nexstbob69 Місяць тому

      Yep can’t wait till my government not only knows what I do but what I think as well :)

  • Jamee Cole
    Jamee Cole 2 місяці тому +1

    Its typical for us as humans to fear this type of technological/neurological synergy. Fear of the unknown. Incredible discovery.

    • Nexstbob69
      Nexstbob69 Місяць тому

      Unknown what do you mean people are scared of their government being able to control their movements and know their thoughts😂

  • Simulated Spirit
    Simulated Spirit Місяць тому +6

    This is what my dreams are made of as a neuroscience student 😍 Thanks elon for inspiring me as always

    • warlock 2021
      warlock 2021 27 днів тому

      must be such an interesting thing to learn . Would Nearalink cure floaters in eyes and other types of eye injuries and diseases ? I think this is amazing . Hopefully it all works out fine

  • Luke Landry
    Luke Landry Місяць тому

    Okay, as a species we are making incredible work! We shall carry on,
    And realize that the planetary bodies show signs of adjustment, long-term,
    and the fun game should be known with all.
    That's how the real game starts, IMO. LOVE CAN BE OBJECTIVE.

  • Loryen
    Loryen Місяць тому

    This a remendous advancement in technology, one that will go down in history.

  • Usman Mallana
    Usman Mallana 2 місяці тому

    We still have not yet managed to get to perfect electronic circuits like electrons from outerspace can still cause a transistor to make a wrong descision and they are connecting these circuits to human brains directly think about if one transistor makes a wrong decision it can result into death or it might damage other cells in the brain causing permanent thinking disability or malfunction.This is terrifying.

  • Aldom
    Aldom Місяць тому +1

    I am still sceptic about security. It is not big deal with few people having this but imagine if lets say 30% of western world will be using this technology. Exploits could be devastating.

  • DrewDood
    DrewDood 2 місяці тому +3

    Elon deserves a noble peace prize. This man is the future of the entire planet. One man. His ideas and companies are the first steps to us becoming immortal. Insane.

    • Isaiah Tobola
      Isaiah Tobola 2 місяці тому

      @Silastvproduction yep pretty soon actually rapid technology will give lots of new names and minds a spotlight

    • Silastvproduction
      Silastvproduction 2 місяці тому +1

      In a few hundred years Elon will be named in the same sentence with the greats such as Tesla, Da Vinci, Newton, Einstein

  • Carlo Vlogs
    Carlo Vlogs 2 місяці тому

    For somebody that always says AI is becoming dangerous (Elon) sure doesn’t care to apply the same logic to his own work

  • Naqeeb | Meditation
    Naqeeb | Meditation 2 місяці тому +43

    This is absolutely fascinating. Insanely powerful inventions will come out of this technology. It looks like they have a major focus on safety of insertion which seems to be the main safety concern with the implant, which is great to see! I'm sure it's a trivial application in comparison to giving a blind person vision and allowing paralysed people to move again, but I'm still most excited to see full-dive VR technology coming closer and closer!

    • Rainbow
      Rainbow 2 місяці тому

      As a veteran PCVR user (3000 hours) I think this is unrealistic to think of full-dive VR in our or the next generations, just enjoy your current VR headsets, they won't be outdated anytime soon

    • Theo Roche
      Theo Roche 2 місяці тому

      Na life will get more exciting once we all start seeing the impossible happen, life can be predictable hence why it's easy to form stereotypes. I'm talking about not being limited by the cards we are given. Hence why I'm glad you mentioned VR, we could be any character we want and meet the woman of our dreams without rejection even being an option, or hack someone into being intimate with us under the influence of these powerful tools, sounds quite scary

    • Naqeeb | Meditation
      Naqeeb | Meditation 2 місяці тому

      ​@Theo Roche Lol. I think there's plenty excitement in life already. But I welcome more tools to better interact with the technology we create!

    • Ville
      Ville 2 місяці тому

      @Ian Fincher no it's not. that monkey thing was done a decade ago...

    • Ian Fincher
      Ian Fincher 2 місяці тому +1

      @Ville this is the cutting edge in neuroscience right now. What are you talking about?

  • Isaac Hicks
    Isaac Hicks 2 місяці тому +1

    I’ve watched enough black mirror to know how this is gonna end

  • JB
    JB 2 місяці тому

    It seems as if Elon is interested in technology and science. If he makes money, it seems secondary.

  • The_Milkman
    The_Milkman Місяць тому +1

    A Technological breakthrough like this is crazy, but humans are flawed creatures, without a code of ethics on how this technology is treated it could end in a disaster. Will musk sell the technology and products to national health services who them provide them to patients for free or will this be a product that is sold directly from musks company to the consumer who then go to private hospitals to get it installed ?

  • Mr.Diesel
    Mr.Diesel 2 місяці тому

    The AI's, this, immortality, this has a very high chance to be the most important century of human history.

  • CalciumPadre
    CalciumPadre 2 місяці тому +3

    Very exciting developments being made, i don't know how accurate whats been presented here is to reality and time tables. However the fact that a major billionaire is backing the development makes me hopeful for the development of brain computer interfaces and the resulting medical technology.

  • Eddie Mack
    Eddie Mack Місяць тому +1

    and to think, when biden praised all the automotive manufacturers about their ventures into the EV market, he left Tesla out of the conversation. You need to ask the question, why was that?

  • Venom Gaming
    Venom Gaming Місяць тому

    Does Elon practice what he’s going to say before he gets in stage?

  • FiRe
    FiRe 2 місяці тому +1

    Bro why Elon so nervous lmfao he does this all the time