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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

Tom Clancy's The Division 2: First Impressions

Hello everyone, first of all, I would like to apologize for this pause that happened a few days ago. There are a few things that happened in between and one of them is my blog being down for a couple of days. I was having a few issues with my blog and my DNS settings. However, it's all good now as all of you guys are reading this article right now. Today, I would like to discuss Division 2. So, let's jump right into it.

The Division 2 is a sequel to the Tom Clancy's the Division. It released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 15, 2019. The plot takes place in over seven months to its predecessor The Division. I got my hands on the same day it released, I played it for a day and started writing this article. But because of the above-said incidents, this might be coming to you pretty late. However, I hit this "publish" button because I would still like to share my thoughts with you.

Things that I loved:-    

1. Not another Battle Royal.

I am really happy that it doesn't become another battle royal. It was simply more "Division", which is good. Division 2 is packed with everything The Division had to offer plus much more. It's a continuation from where The Division ended and that's one of the reasons why it feels meaningful.

2. Weapons / Gameplay Mechanism

There were a lot of small improvements in weaponry and gameplay mechanism and they were for sure effective enough to be appreciated. The Game offered a variety of weapons and the gun mechanism was more solid and responsive. 

Things that could be improved:-

1. Oversimplified
Now, I think a lot of people will take this the wrong way. So, I am trying my best here to ex to plain you my thoughts. It's a nice and simple game, but some added in future updates will be appreciated. And what I mean here is that, when you compare this with something like Destiny 2 or The Red Dead Redemption 2, there a lot of stuff going on in the whole storyline which makes them more engaging and gives you a  thrilling experience. 

Long story short, The Division 2 doesn't have much of shortcoming and it definitely lives up to its hype. I was actually worried about it after what happened to Fallout 76. But I was really happy with the results. Having said that, as time passes, it will be nice if we get a few updates. These are my thoughts on Tom Clancy's The Division 2 and as you are reading this, it means my blog is up and running again and It feels good to be back. For more updates, you can follow me on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter. 

Thank you & Stay tuned



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