Elon Musk has not finished talking about him. The latest madness of the boss of Tesla and SpaceX is the takeover of the social network Twitter for 44 billion dollars.
This is not the first crazy project for the Silicon Valley star. With Neuralink, his neurotechnology company, Elon Musk would like to transform our brain into a computer by implanting a chip with connected microelectrodes. With SpaceX, he wants to send us to the planet Mars and is already imagining the creation of a self-sufficient Martian city from 2050. Having become the boss of Tesla, he has also created revolutionary cars, the beginnings of autonomous driving.
How far will he go? Are all his projects feasible?
For the knowledge, Sidonie Bonnec receives Olivier Lascar, engineer and editor-in-chief of the digital division of Science et Avenir – La Recherche. He is also the author of the book Investigation of Elon Musk: the man who defies science published by Alisio Sciences.