First Human With Neuralink Brain Chip Can Now Control Computers With His Mind

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First Neuralink patients can now control computers with his brain.

The first human to be implanted with a Neuralink brain chip can now control computers with his mind, according to Elon Musk.

Musk disclosed at an X Spaces event that the first human patient to recieve the controversial brain implant had fully recovered from the surgery and is now “controlling a mouse around the screen just by thinking.”

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“The patient is making good progress and appears to have fully recovered, with no side effects that we are aware of.” “The patient can simply think to move a mouse around the screen,” Musk said to X users in Spaces on Monday evening.

According to Musk, Neuralink’s present goal is to increase the patient’s mouse click volume.

In January, Neuralink successfully implanted its first brain chip into a human after receiving approval in September for human trials. Patients with quadriplegia brought on by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or cervical spinal cord injuries may benefit from this potentially life-changing technique.

Neuralink has dubbed the experiment the “PRIME Study,” an acronym for “Precise Robotically Implanted Brain-Computer Interface,” to evaluate the device’s functionality and investigate the safety of its chip and surgical robot.

According to a September statement from the business, the brain chip “grants people the ability to control a computer cursor or keyboard using their thoughts alone.”

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