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Neuralink: Elon Musk Another Venture

Hello everyone, this is the second post of 2020. Also, the first one in Feb (wrote in Feb but published in March). So, I officially lagging behind my 2020 target. But, I have some reasonable excuses and other projects in the pipeline to blame. However, today we will be talking about a very interesting company called 'Neuralink'. It's currently working on the brain-machine interface. I know it's a topic that can make you overwhelmed pretty quickly. But, bare with me and we will together try to grasp those concepts. What is Neuralink? So, what the heck is Neuralink? It's a company founded by Elon Musk and is currently working on brain-machine interface research. The long term intention for Nueralink is to help us achieve symbiosis with AI. And, to provide us with a way to get along in this super fast-changing world. More on that later. Before you raise your eyebrows and start imagining a dystopian future, some real-world scenarios can be achieved shortly. In simple t

Reason Why PUBG Became So Popular And Successful

Hello everyone, hope you all are doing great. Even if you were living under a rock, you must have heard of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds a.k.a PUBG. Today, I am going to share some of the thoughts on how and why PUBG got so popular.

PUBG is an online multiplayer battle royal game developed and published by PUBG Corporation. It's available on all platforms like Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Android, and iOS. Unfortunately, PUBG is still not available on PlayStation. It's a very demanding game in some ways. Let's get into the discussion after checking out system requirements.

System Requirement:-

1. Processor:- Intel Core i5-4430/ AMD FX-6300
2. RAM:- 8 GB
3. GPU:- Nvidia GeForce GTX 960/ AMD Radeon R7370
4. Storage:- 30 GB

These are the minimum requirements for pc to run PUBG. However, I have seen PUBG giving lags on custom built pc worth $3000. This doesn't mean that you can't play the game on above-given settings but it's dependent on various facts like your internet speed, on which server you are, are you streaming? and many more.

First of all, the main reason it got popular might be that it's available on mobile devices. Everyone has mobile devices, PUBG is free on PlayStore and App Store. It's massively multiplayer and it's a game you can get addicted very quickly. It's always great chances on multi-player games to get popular, but when they introduced it to mobile, it was obvious that it will be exploding on all platforms. Just like the Clash of Clans, it was addictive, multilayer and accessible.

According to recent trends (that we all saw), these are one of the best combinations for the games to be successful. Earlier just gamers knew about it, then their streams got popular. Everyone wanted to play it, but not everyone has a PC to play such a game. But later, Bluehole announced it for mobile and everyone went crazy. I was struggling to get even one Chicken Dinner on PC, while other people were sharing Chicken Dinner story on Instagram like every day. And those were the people who never play games.

So, this becomes the second point. Is PUBG mobile easy? Yes, obviously it's very easy for mobile. I got like  18 kills in the first match. I played it for 2 days and went back to the PC. I am not saying that PUBG mobile is bad, it's just very easy. 

What do you think? Have you played PUBG? What do you prefer, mobile or pc? Make sure to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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