Elon Musk And Brain Chip
The world debate about the revolution carried out by Elon Musk, with the use of chips in the human brain has shocked the world's civilization and can be sure this year it will be carried out. Elon Musk is a genius with everything he has. His actions and words made the global media the focus and always a trending topic. The influence on human civilization about conspiracy theories and also the influence of cryptocurrency eset has become a hot topic of conversation among the world community. believe it or not, with the actions he took, ordinary people could only shake their heads.
Elon Musk hopes his company, Neuralink, begins implanting computer chips into human patients next year, starting with spinal cord injury patients.
He hopes to start testing on humans in 2022. The device is expected to allow patients without control over their limbs to interact with digital devices with similar technology. This technology allows disabled people to order shopping for example, communicate with friends, and surf websites in real time by harnessing the power of brain waves.
Earlier this year, Neuralink demonstrated that an ape can play video games using a chip implanted brain. But Musk has since stated that its application to humans has posed significant challenges. this chip works great on monkeys, and we really did a lot of testing and just made sure that the technology is very safe and reliable.
"We hope that this device will soon be installed in our first humans. These people are those who have experienced severe spinal injuries such as tetraplegia, even paralysis. We are waiting for FDA approval to be able to do it next year," said a statement from Elon. Musk
The chip works by implanting electrodes into regions of the brain that control the user's movements, which are then linked to larger arrays called links. This arrangement can process, stimulate, and transmit nerve signals.
The link charges via wireless charging from the outside of the head and connects wirelessly to the device allowing the user to control it without traditional touch input.
Neuralink claims that their electrode system works very well. Human hands can't implant it, so they developed a robotic system to incorporate this technology exactly where it's needed.
"I think we have an opportunity with Neuralink to restore full body function to someone with a spinal cord injury. That means, I think we have a chance to allow someone who can't walk or use their arm, to be able to walk again." Elon said.
Neuralink is not the only company developing brain interface devices. Last April, a device developed by BrainGate allowed paralyzed people to control computers with just their minds, and the results were promising.
Prior to that, most electrode arrays relied on messy wired connections to interact with computers. But BrainGate and Neuralink will rely on wireless connections to make the device more viable for everyday use.
Will this work, or is it just a conspiracy to intrigue the world community with this act of genius...
We just wait!!!