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Neuralink Humans’ brain Microchip

Neuralink brain Microchip: The device that allows the human brain to connect to a computer could be implanted in a person for the first time later this year.. Announced the founder of Neuralink neurotechnology company, the tycoon Elon Musk.

Musk’s Neuralink introduced a special microchip and flexible fiber electrodes that should allow the human brain to connect to computers or machines. At the same time, he announced that the electrodes in question would like to be implanted with a laser in the future because.. It is more suitable than a mechanical drill for making holes in the skull. The main purpose of the device is to compensate for entire sections of the brain.. Lost due to a stroke, accident, or congenital disease.

“Ultimately, we can do a full brain-machine interface,” Musk said in the announcement. “This is going to be really important at a civilization-level scale. Even in a benign AI scenario, we will be left behind. With a high-bandwidth brain-machine interface, we can go along for the ride and have the option of merging with AI.

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How does it work?!

The device would work by taking a number of “threads” or otherwise just thin wires.. That contain electrodes and insert into the brain in specific places where they will receive electrical signals from neurons. The chip would then interpret the data and relay that to a pod, worn behind the ear like a hearing aid, that would use Bluetooth to feed that data to a phone or other smart device running the software needed.  From the recent prototype , the chip has 1,024 electrodes worth of threads which equates to 10 times more data acquisition than currently possible with current medical devices.

Finally, when it comes to more futuristic applications of the technology to things like.. Thought transmission, memory enhancement or working with artificial intelligence, “we’re nowhere close to understanding anything like that.”


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