China Challenges Neuralink: Ethical Implications of Brain-Computer Interface

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Posted 11 days ago

China is making strides in brain-computer interface technology, aiming to set global standards similar to Elon Musk's Neuralink. The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology plans to establish a committee to oversee the development of this technology, inviting experts from various industries to help formulate standards.

China's recent announcement comes as the nation seeks to catch up to its Western counterparts in this cutting-edge field. The Chinese media has touted their brain-computer implant as "independently developed" and the nation's first "high-performance invasive BCI."

This development is not without controversy, as Neuralink, Musk's brain-computer interface company, has faced criticism for its lack of peer-reviewed research and limited FDA approval. However, Neuralink has demonstrated success in allowing a paralyzed man to post to social media using only his mind.

As China moves forward with its own brain-computer interface technology, the Chinese ministry is seeking public input on the matter, with suggestions due by July 30. This development raises questions about the ethical implications and potential risks of such technology, as well as the potential for China to gain a significant advantage in this emerging field.


In other news, speculation is mounting over who former President Donald Trump will choose as his running mate for the upcoming election. Trump has remained tight-lipped about his choice, but recent activity on his social media platform, Truth Social, has led to speculation that he may be considering Ben Carson for the role.

Trump recently began following Carson on Truth Social, leading some to believe that he may be signaling his choice for vice president. However, others remain skeptical, noting that Trump also follows South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem and has been privately discussing other candidates.

Trump is expected to announce his pick by July 15, the first day of the Republican National Convention. The Washington Post has reported that discussions within the Trump campaign have narrowed to three possible candidates: Senators J. D. Vance and Marco Rubio, and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum.

As the speculation continues, it remains to be seen who Trump will ultimately choose as his running mate. However, one thing is clear: the choice of vice president will have significant implications for the future of the Republican Party and the country as a whole.

Finally, concerns are growing over President Joe Biden's mental acuity, with a White House staffer revealing that the president has shown signs of decline in recent months. The staffer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that Biden has been speaking more slowly, haltingly, and quietly, and has appeared more fatigued in private.

Others in Biden's inner circle have noted that he seems to trail off mid-sentence and freeze in public. Last month, Biden appeared to freeze at a Juneteenth White House celebration, staring blankly ahead as Vice President Kamala Harris danced beside him. In a speech at the event, he also seemed to slur his words.

These concerns have led some to question whether Biden should continue to seek re-election. However, Biden's advisers have maintained that the president is in top shape, both physically and mentally, and will be able to effectively serve another term until 2028.

As the 2024 election approaches, these issues will undoubtedly be at the forefront of the national conversation. It remains to be seen how they will impact the race and the future of the country.

Sources:
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infowars.com
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