neuralink start to implantation of brain chips in humans

Neuralink Start to Implantation of brain chips in human, Now the chip will be installed in the human brain, old memories can be transferred to the new body!

Elon Musk Brain Chip: Neuralink is ready to take brain-chip research to the next stage. Neuralink has already done trials on pigs and monkeys. in this
Elon Musk has gone a step further to test brain-computer interface technology on humans. For this, Elon Musk’s neurotech startup Neuralink has posted a job for Clinical Trial Director.

That is, Neuralink is ready to take brain-chip research to the next stage. Neuralink has already done trials on pigs and monkeys. A 9-year-old monkey also had a chip in it, so that he was able to play video games only with his mind.

This startup is trying to create a human-AI symbiosis using technology. Elon Musk said last month that its early trials on humans would start in 2022. People with paralysis are likely to be included in this. With this, an attempt will be made to gain direct neural control of the computer cursor.
The post for which this joining is being said that this position is for the candidate who understands the mission and is willing and eager to go above and beyond”… Will have to work with top engineers.

Along with this, there will also be a chance to work as Neuralink’s first clinical trial participant. Bloomberg had earlier reported about this.
According to Musk, the Neuralink device is the size of a coin and can be mounted in a skull or skull. The first practical application of Neuralink’s technology will be to cure people with brain disorders and diseases.

Elon Musk has also said that the problem of brain and spine can be easily solved with just one device. According to Musk, the chief of SpaceX and Tesla, the potential of Neuralink’s brain chip is limitless. With this, paralysis, hearing, blindness can be solved.

He also said that in the future you can save or replace the memory. You can also download it in new body or robot body. In the video shown earlier, he had shown that a monkey was moving the virtual paddle just by thinking. Now this research is moving towards human trials.

Elon Musk has said that Neuralink, his brain-interface technology company, hopes to start implanting its microchips in human beings next year.

Neuralink, cofounded by Musk in 2016, is developing a chip that would be implanted in people’s brains to simultaneously record and stimulate brain activity. It is intended to have medical applications such as treating serious spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders.

During a live-streamed interview at The Wall Street Journal CEO Council Summit on Monday, Musk was asked what Neuralink planned to do in 2022.

Musk said: “Neuralink’s working well in monkeys and we’re actually doing just a lot of testing and just confirming that it’s very safe and reliable and the Neuralink device can be removed safely.”

He added: “We hope to have this in our first humans — which will be people that have severe spinal cord injuries like tetraplegics, quadriplegics — next year, pending FDA approval.”

Musk said that Neuralink’s “standards for implanting the device are substantially higher than what the FDA requires.”

Musk re-iterated the 2022 timeline in a post on Twitter. “Progress will accelerate when we have devices in humans (hard to have nuanced conversations with monkeys) next year,” he said.

Musk has previously offered earlier timeframes for Neuralink implanting its chips in humans for the first time. He said in February that Neuralink could start implanting the tech in people by the end of 2021. In 2019, Musk said Neuralink hoped to begin human testing by the end of 2020.

Musk has a history of over-promising and under-delivering on project timelines.

In April, Neuralink released a video of a monkey playing a video game using a Neuralink device,

After raising $205 million in July, Neuralink said it would channel the funds towards developing its chip so it could allow quadriplegics to control digital devices with their minds.

Quadriplegia or tetraplegia is the full or partial paralysis of the arms and legs.

Neuralink isn’t the only company developing brain-interface technology. A 20-person biotech firm called Synchron obtained FDA approval to start human testing in July.

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