Neuralink's Brain Chip Implant Shows Promise for Paralyzed Patients

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Elena D'Angelo
1 min read

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Neuralink, founded by Elon Musk, has successfully implanted its brain chip in a paralyzed patient, enabling limb control and digital interaction. The device is part of a clinical trial aimed at helping people with quadriplegia regain limb movement. A recent live video demonstration showed the patient using the chip to play online chess. Despite the early success, there are significant barriers to widespread adoption, including ethical concerns and skepticism from experts. Neuralink faces competition in the brain implant field, with other companies making strides in similar technology. The ultimate goal is to create a brain-machine interface that allows direct communication with computers, potentially revolutionizing the way patients with neurological disorders interact with the world.

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