Neuralink Takes on Human Brains: 28% of Users Express Ethical Concernsby@ashumerie
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Neuralink Takes on Human Brains: 28% of Users Express Ethical Concerns

by Asher 4mJune 8th, 2023
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Elon Musk’s brain implant company, Neuralink, has received FDA approval to launch its first-in-human clinical study. The company has aimed to directly interface humans with computers, using a ‘brain chip’ This device uses neural lace - an ultra-thin mesh made of 1024 electrodes, distributed across 64 threads - to record neural activity.

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