Elon Musk wants to build a cyborg dragon; Game of Thrones responds

    Elon Musk is expected to power SpaceX’s Dragon capsule with AI and human-brain interface via Neuralink.
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    | Updated on Apr 26 2018, 05:31 PM IST
    Elon Musk speaks at a press conference following the first launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
    Elon Musk speaks at a press conference following the first launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. (REUTERS)
    Elon Musk speaks at a press conference following the first launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
    Elon Musk speaks at a press conference following the first launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. (REUTERS)

    Elon Musk tweeted saying that he's building a cyber dragon. It appears that SpaceXs "Dragon capsule" is set to be powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and may offer a human-brain interface via Neuralink.

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    Game of Thrones replies to Musk's tweet saying, "Bend the knee to House of Targaryen." This doesn't stop the tech mogul from showing off his prowess by saying, "Don't make me use my space lasers."

    Coming back to the 'cyborg dragon', Musk might just bring astronauts with Internet-powered super-intelligence to space, Inverse reported.

    There's only one thing named "Dragon" in all of Musk's companies -- 'Dragon' spacecraft -- and it goes back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS).

    SpaceX is currently aiming to build the Big Falcon Rocket, or BFR, which will be used to explore Mars -- a goal that Elon Musk hopes to accomplish by 2022.

    BFR would be so large that it would have to be transported on an ocean-going barge to Cape Canaveral, Florida, via the Panama Canal.

    According to Musk, SpaceX's huge new rocket would be nearly 350 feet tall and span 30 feet in diameter.

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    First Published Date: 26 Apr, 05:30 PM IST
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