Archive for the ‘Elon Musk’ category: Page 4

Oct 10, 2021

How Neuralink Will Change Humanity Forever

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, robotics/AI

Elon Musk said: In the future, you will be able to save and replay memories by Neuralink This is sounding increasingly like a Black Mirror episode.

Elon Musk says you will even be able to store your memories as a backup, and then download them into a robot body. It sounds like science fiction but Neuralink believes it could make that happen one day with a chip.

It is a brain-machine interface or BMI – a device that connects your brain to a computer. But before chasing these futuristic goals, the startup is focusing on one thing: ending human suffering.

Oct 9, 2021

Elon Musk Just Added $11 Billion in Wealth, Dominating the World’s Richest List

Posted by in category: Elon Musk

Elon is the king.

Elon Musk is pulling away from the rest of the world when it comes to personal wealth.

Continue reading “Elon Musk Just Added $11 Billion in Wealth, Dominating the World’s Richest List” »

Oct 8, 2021

Elon Musk’s SpaceX hits $100 billion valuation after secondary share sale

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel

The valuation of Elon Musk’s SpaceX crossed $100 billion following a share sale by existing investors announced this week, CNBC has learned.

SpaceX has an agreement with new and existing investors to sell up to $755 million in stock from insiders at $560 a share, according to multiple people familiar with the deal — increasing the company’s valuation to $100.3 billion. The company did not raise new capital at this time, sources said, with the purchase offer representing a secondary sale of existing shares.

The new share price is an increase of 33% from SpaceX’s last valuation of $74 billion at $419.99 a share in February, when the company raised nearly $1.2 billion. The company had a similar secondary transaction in February, with a deal for insiders to sell up to $750 million at the time.

Oct 8, 2021

Elon Musk: US Nationwide Starlink Rollout Is Coming This Month

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, internet, satellites

But if you’re in an area already full of Starlink users, don’t expect availability until SpaceX launches more satellites.

Oct 8, 2021

Elon Musk confirms that Tesla Giga Shanghai now exceeds the Fremont Factory

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, sustainability, transportation

Tesla Giga Shanghai has officially exceeded the Fremont Factory’s output, according to Elon Musk’s calculations. As Tesla’s main export hub, Giga Shanghai’s output will play a significant role in the company’s global growth.

“We have three new factories. Giga Shanghai has done an incredible job. And Giga Shanghai now exceeds Fremont in production,” Musk announced at the 2021 Annual Shareholders Meeting.

Musk pointed out that Tesla Giga Shanghai took roughly 11 months to build and reached full volume production a year later. Since Giga Shanghai started operations, Tesla’s production and delivery numbers have noticeably increased.

Oct 6, 2021

Electric Aircraft Has Unlimited Range… With A Fleet Of Recharging Planes

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, sustainability, transportation

Circa 2012

It’s okay, you’ve not clicked on “Green Plane Reports”, but every so often something from beyond the world of cars catches our attention.

This time, it’s electric flight. The concept is nothing new, and it’s even been alluded to by people like Elon Musk of Tesla, but for the time being it remains a true flight of fancy, rather than a working concept for passenger transportation.

Continue reading “Electric Aircraft Has Unlimited Range… With A Fleet Of Recharging Planes” »

Oct 6, 2021

Elon Musk’s airport-to-downtown S.A. tunnel transit plan takes a step forward; transportation agency seeks proposals

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel, sustainability

When it surfaced two months ago, the notion of Teslas whizzing through underground tunnels between San Antonio International Airport and downtown seemed fanciful.

Now, there’s a sign the idea may have gained some traction.

The Boring Co., a tunneling firm backed by billionaire Elon Musk, has been talking to local leaders about building an underground transportation loop in San Antonio. Musk is the CEO of electric-vehicle maker Tesla, as well as the founder and CEO of SpaceX.

Continue reading “Elon Musk’s airport-to-downtown S.A. tunnel transit plan takes a step forward; transportation agency seeks proposals” »

Oct 4, 2021

Elon Musk shares electrifying video of Starship during a storm

Posted by in categories: climatology, Elon Musk, space travel

Starship, SpaceX’s under-development rocket, braved the elements during an impressive lightning display.

Oct 3, 2021

How the Tesla Bot Will Help SpaceX Colonize Mars

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, robotics/AI, space travel

Elon Musk’s robotic humanoid the Tesla Bot was recently revealed at AI day, how will this help with the SpaceX mission to colonize Mars? Let’s review all of the news and updates around the Tesla Bot, and how it will help with the SpaceX mission to colonize Mars.

Last Video: How SpaceX and NASA Plan To Colonize The Moon!

Continue reading “How the Tesla Bot Will Help SpaceX Colonize Mars” »

Oct 3, 2021

Elon Musk WARNED Everyone China No Longer Playing Games 🚫

Posted by in categories: business, computing, Elon Musk, government, military, sustainability

How true?

Elon Musk reiterated Tesla’s commitment to China, stating that the company will continue to invest in the country. Musk made his announcement at a pre-recorded question-and-answer session at China’s Cyberspace Administration’s Global Digital Conference. Musk has hailed the country that is vital to his electric vehicle company for the second time this month, calling it as a “global leader in digitalization.” As per Mr. Musk’s comments made during another pre-recorded webcast at the World New Energy Vehicle Congress less than two weeks earlier, Chinese automakers were the “most internationally competitive.” Musk was enthusiastic in his praise for the nation that is vital to Tesla’s electric vehicle business, and his remarks came as the company works to repair its image in China. Musk stated, “I have a lot of respect for the various Chinese automakers who are driving these (EV) technologies.” Musk stated Chinese carmakers are among the best at software, which he claims will “shape the future of the vehicle industry” during his three-minute speech. “My honest view is that China invests a lot of resources and efforts adopting the latest digital technologies in various areas, including the automotive industry,” Musk said in a recent video. China has become a global leader in digitalization in the vehicle industry.” “Tesla will continue to boost its investment and research and development efforts in China.” However, negative coverage of Tesla has also grown in China over the last year. In one high-profile case, a woman claiming to be a Tesla customer protested an apparent brake failure in her car at the Shanghai auto show in April. Tesla was accused of having an “arrogant and aggressive approach” in China, according to official media, after a video of the incident went viral on Chinese social media. But now, Tesla has been attempting to repair its image in China following a barrage of negative headlines. The corporation has been under governmental scrutiny for its privacy practises, as well as several recalls in China. Some state and military employees are apparently restricted from driving Tesla electric vehicles. Musk emphasized data protection in his speech and outlined the many types of data that are stored locally. “At Tesla, we’re pleased to see a bustle of fresh laws and regulations targeted at enhancing data handling,” Musk remarked. In the past, the corporation is said to have broken ground on a big Shanghai facility. According to Reports, Tesla sold 44,264 Made-in-China automobiles by August 2021. There were 31,379 for export, which marked an increase over July’s 32,968 made-in-China automobiles sold and June’s 33,155 units sold. Local EV firms like Xpeng Inc., Li Auto Inc., and Nio Inc. are also posing a threat to Tesla in China. Last month, shipments of China-made cars to domestic purchasers increased, and exports from the company’s Shanghai factory — largely to Europe — increased. As a result, Tesla’s overall China shipments increased 34% from July to 44,264 units in August. According to sources, Tesla momentarily suspended some tasks at its Shanghai factory last month due to a global shortfall of semiconductors. Because of a shortage of crucial chips, a portion of a production line at the China plant was shut down for nearly four days in August. Tesla created a data centre in China to contain all of the data generated by our businesses there, which include manufacturing, sales, service, and charging. All personally identifying information is kept secure in China and is never sent abroad. Data is only permitted for international transfer in very rare instances, such as spare parts orders from overseas.” Tesla is acting in response to new Chinese government regulations governing how carmakers with cameras and sensors collect and use data. Tesla also said in a statement that it was “glad to hold discussions with industry experts” regarding new data security requirements for automobiles in the country. “Data security in automobiles is critical. Tesla will make every effort to maintain data security by implementing automotive data security management.”

Continue reading “Elon Musk WARNED Everyone China No Longer Playing Games 🚫” »

Page 4 of 13712345678Last