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According to billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, human trials for a wireless device produced by his brain chip company Neuralink are anticipated to start in six months. Neuralink is working on brain chip interfaces that, according to the company, will help people with disabilities move and communicate. While requesting authorization for human clinical studies, Neuralink has been testing its products on animals.”We want to be extremely careful and sure that it will work well before putting a device into a human. Still, we’ve submitted I think most of our paperwork to the FDA and probably in about six months, we should be able to upload Neuralink in a human,” Musk said during a much-awaited public update on the device.

A monkey with a brain chip who played a computer game just by thinking was included in Neuralink’s most recent public demonstration, which took place more than a year ago. He intends to create a chip that would enable the brain to control intricate electronic equipment, eventually restoring motor function to paralyzed persons and treating disorders of the brain including Parkinson’s, dementia, and Alzheimer’s.


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