Kangana Ranaut supports Elon Musk’s proposal to implant the first brain chip in human

Kangana Ranaut also discussed the reasons for Satyug’s prevailing moniker. Atheists “call everything in our scriptures too far-fetched,” the woman tweeted.

The actor Kangana Ranaut has backed Neuralink Corp., founded by Elon Musk, in their effort to transplant a brain in a human being. Elon’s action is a significant step in the direction of his vision of mind-controlled computing. Elon Musk posted on Tuesday on X, “The first @Neuralink product is called Telepathy.”

He also wrote, “Enables control of your phone or computer, and through them almost any device, just by thinking. Initial users will be those who have lost the use of their limbs. Imagine if Stephen Hawking could communicate faster than a speed typist or auctioneer. That is the goal.”


Kangana shared the tweet saying, “Satyug was primarily called so because of this technology/ability of communication without speaking if we see this in our lifetime then it’s not impossible to imagine technology Devtas and Rishis and many other celestial beings use in our scriptures, because for most of these so called atheists biggest challenge is to understand what they don’t know/ or haven’t seen, as they call everything in our scriptures too far fetched, well not that far anymore.”

Elon Musk established the startup Neuralink in 2017. Its goal is to create a brain-computer interface that will enable persons who have experienced catastrophic injuries to use only their thoughts to operate computers and phones. It is working on implanting electrodes into people’s brains to do that. It seeks to diagnose and treat ailments like Parkinson’s disease, paralysis, and epilepsy by deciphering signals. The Utah array is one such early device that was shown off in a human in 2004. Numerous rivals, such as Synchron and Precision Neuroscience, have joined the market.