Neuralink implant patient uses brain to move computer mouse

21/02/2024 | The Guardian

The first human patient who was implanted with a brain-chip from Neuralink has made a full recovery. According to the neurotechnology company's founder Elon Musk, the patient is able to control a computer mouse using their thoughts. The startup is currently trying to get as many mouse button clicks as possible from the patient. The firm successfully implanted a chip on its first human patient last month after receiving approval for human trial recruitment in September. However, Neuralink has not provided any further details regarding the patient's recovery.

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Brain-computer interface, BCI, neurotechnology

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