Is it crazy to think that in 10 years we could have computers in our brains? That’s the prediction of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, who has started a new company called Neuralink Corp. that aims to implant tiny electrodes in human brains to first combat injuries and diseases, but in the future help humans communicate telepathically.
Art by Mike LucasIn this morning’s Web roundup, illustrious venture capital firm Sequoia Capital redesigns its Web site to look somewhat like that of one of the company’s it once backed, Google. Also, tech executives remain an optimistic bunch, why China still matters, and 12 ideas that just might change the world.
Two software startups, Okta Inc. and Yext Inc., are trying to pick up where Snap Inc. left off, becoming the first tech companies to file for an initial public offering since the parent of Snapchat's blockbuster IPO earlier this month.