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Elon Musk's Neuralink 'brain chips' cleared for 1st in-human trials

By Oliver Davis
Published in Neuralink
June 26, 2023
1 min read
Elon Musk's Neuralink 'brain chips' cleared for 1st in-human trials

Elon Musk’s company Neuralink has received approval for the first in-human trials of its “brain chips”. This exciting technology has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of the brain and pave the way for new therapies for neurological disorders. The chip is designed to be implanted into the brain by a robot, allowing for high precision and minimal risk to the patient. Once implanted, the chip will be able to communicate with other devices wirelessly, allowing for real-time monitoring and control of neural signals.

The first trials will involve quadriplegic patients, who will have a Neuralink chip implanted in their brains to help them control a computer interface. The hope is that by bypassing damaged spinal cords, patients will be able to control computer devices with their thoughts alone. This could dramatically improve the quality of life for those with spinal cord injuries.

But the potential applications for Neuralink’s brain chips go far beyond just helping quadriplegics. The technology could be used to treat a wide range of neurological disorders, from epilepsy to Alzheimer’s. In the long term, it may even be possible to use the chips to augment brain function, enhancing memory, focus, and creativity.

Of course, there are also significant ethical concerns that must be addressed as this technology develops. But for now, the potential benefits of Neuralink’s brain chips are too great to ignore. We are witnessing the birth of a new era in neuroscience, and it will be fascinating to watch this technology develop.

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