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A monkey played Pong with his mind thanks to Neuralink

Neuralink, a neurotechnology company co-founded by Elon Musk in 2016, has unveiled its latest discovery: a monkey playing Pong with its brain. In the first half of the video, the monkey, a macaque ...
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Twitter - Hundreds of Verified Accounts hacked

In the last few hours, Twitter, one of the most popular social networks, has been the victim of an unprecedented hacker attack for the platform. At first, many users noticed a particular silence of most of the ...

Rocket League - An online petition asks for the Cybertruck of ...

Have you ever imagined Elon Musk and Rocket League in the same sentence? Last week, Elon Musk revealed the Tesla Cybertruck to the world. Since the presentation, the vehicle has immediately turned into a ...
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Microsoft invests 1 billion dollars in Elon Musk's OpenAI

Two great technological powers have joined forces. In an effort to advance the future of artificial intelligence and develop a technology that can perform tasks beyond the reach of current AI, Microsoft wants to invest 1 ...

OpenAI at the Dota 2 conquest

We have always been fascinated by the world of Artificial Intelligences and slowly, what we have only seen in movies or science fiction books, is starting to become closer and closer to reality. How is...

Halo Infinite, some campaign spoilers end up in the Technical Beta

Some spoilers about the Halo Infinite campaign have unintentionally leaked from the current technical Beta of the game. 343 Industries confirmed this ...

Steam Deck, the experience with Steam Machine according to Valve is important

Valve's Steam Deck operation perhaps did not appear exactly as unprecedented in the eyes of many users. Several years ago, in fact, the ...

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