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Elon Musk Fathered Twins With Neuralink Executive In November 2021: Report

International Business Times

A court document petitioning to change the babies' last names to Musk revealed the births. Zilis is the director of operations and special projects at Musk's Neuralink startup. Prior to that, she served as a project director at Tesla. She gave birth to the twins just weeks prior to the arrival of Musk and Grimes' second child born via surrogate, Insider reported. International Business Times was not able to independently verify this report.


Grimes is legally changing her name, thanks to Elon Musk

Mashable

Elon Musk and Grimes are being the world's nerdiest couple, again. Originally born Claire Boucher, Grimes announced on Thursday that she's legally changing her name to just c, which is the measurement for the speed of light in a vacuum. She tweeted a screenshot of the Wikipedia article about it, adding "this will be much better." Grimes also specified the name c will be lowercase and italicized. Grimes/c said that she's wanted to change her name "4ever" but her friends already call her c.


Grimes shares why her, Elon Musk's son doesn't call her mom: 'He can sense my distaste for the word'

FOX News

Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Grimes, who welcomed a son with Tesla CEO Elon Musk last year, is opening up about why she doesn't identify with the word "mom." The musician recently appeared in a behind-the-scenes video from Vogue, which chronicled her day-of preparation for the Met Gala. "I think having a baby was a big rebirth for me, like artistically," said Grimes, 33, whose real name is Claire Elise Boucher.


The current state of machine intelligence 3.0

@machinelearnbot

This article was written by Shivon Zilis and James Cham. Almost a year ago, we published our now-annual landscape of machine intelligence companies, and goodness have we seen a lot of activity since then. This year's landscape has a third more companies than our first one did two years ago, and it feels even more futile to try to be comprehensive, since this just scratches the surface of all of the activity out there. As has been the case for the last couple of years, our fund still obsesses over "problem first" machine intelligence--we've invested in 35 machine intelligence companies solving 35 meaningful problems in areas from security to recruiting to software development. At the same time, the hype around machine intelligence methods continues to grow: the words "deep learning" now equally represent a series of meaningful breakthroughs (wonderful) but also a hyped phrase like "big data" (not so good!).


Shivon Zilis, who reportedly had twins with Elon Musk, is an AI expert

Washington Post - Technology News

In an interview last year at the Canadian Undergraduate Conference on AI, Zilis said she has spent several years focusing on "AI unfolding in the world in the best way possible." Introduced as a project director in the office of the CEO at Neuralink, she explained that Neuralink is working to solve brain and spine problems in the short term.