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Neuralink Mind-Blowing Brain Implant Gives New Hope to the Disabled

Neuralink's Mind-Blowing Brain Implant Gives New Hope to the Disabled

Neuralink is breaking boundaries with its pioneering brain-computer interface. The startup has implanted its coin-sized device into the first-ever human study participant – and the results are simply mind-blowing. March 21, GearMusk has posted Neuralink ‘Blindsight’ implant restoring vision in monkeys, humans next.

Noland Arbaugh, a quadriplegic man, can now web browse, text, and use other digital tools via neural activity alone after receiving Neuralink’s implant. He’s the first person to experience the freedom this technology provides.

“I didn’t have anything to wake up for in the morning. And this has changed that for me,” Arbaugh told Good Morning America. Just by thinking, he can operate digital devices hands-free with point-and-click accuracy.

The implant interfaces directly with Arbaugh’s brain, decoding neural signals and translating them into computer inputs. It’s an incredible breakthrough that’s redefining human capability.

Elon’s Telepathic Vision Comes to Life

Elon Musk has ambitious plans for Neuralink’s “telepathic” tech, including eventually reconnecting severed nerves to restore full bodily function. But first, the company is carefully studying its brain implant in volunteer participants like Arbaugh.

“Neuralink is accepting applications for the second participant,” Elon post on X. “This is our Telepathy cybernetic brain implant that allows you to control your phone and computer just by thinking.”

If you have quadriplegia and are interested in exploring new frontiers in assistive technology, Neuralink invites you to apply for their clinical trial. This breakthrough could redefine independence for the disabled.

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