Some people love him. Some not so much. However, one thing is clear about Elon Musk, there's a whole lot going on in the brain of his. And, speaking of brains, his next project in a line of many, involves your brain. He'd like to put a computer chip in it. How do you feel about that?

Why would Musk, who is already busy with his various other, potentially world-changing projects want to do such a thing? Well, for various reasons. CNN Business says "Musk hopes the implant, created by his brain-computer interface startup Neuralinkcould one day help quadriplegics control smartphones, and perhaps even endow users with a sort of telepathy. Like existing brain-machine interfaces, it would collect electrical signals sent out by the brain and interpret them as actions."

Critics are concerned that Musk, who is also the CEO of both Space X and Tesla, may be adding yet another huge task to his already huge list of not completely finished projects. Other concerns range from safety, privacy issues, and even religious objections.

How about you? Would you consider this as an option for you or your loved ones if you knew it would significantly improve their lives for the better? Let us know in the comments below and join the discussion.

As far as HOW he plans to do it? Get more insight from Wired Magazine here.