What has changed life with Neuralink ‘Brain Chip’? The installer said

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What has changed life with Neuralink ‘Brain Chip’? The installer said

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The patient who received NeuraLink’s first brain chip has described how the technology has changed his life.

Noland Arbaugh, who was paralyzed after suffering a spinal cord injury in an accident, became the first human to receive a brain chip in a NeuraLink clinical trial in January this year, eight years after the accident.

In an interview with American media, he said that Neuralink’s brain chip has enabled me to control a computer like a normal human, which I could not do before.

Noland Arbaugh said that I knew that being a part of this research would give me a headache, but I was not too worried because I also knew that participating in this scientific research would improve the lives of people with disabilities. It will help pave the way.

“I am now hopeful that a day will come when spinal cord injuries will not completely debilitate a person and I don’t think that time is far off,” he said.

Noland Arbaugh also said that it would be amazing if a person could recover from a spinal cord injury after only one surgery in the hospital.

It should be noted that after Neuralink’s first brain chip implantation process was successfully completed, some problems with the brain chip were revealed, due to which the company almost decided to remove the brain chip from Noland Arbaugh’s brain, but Then the company was able to make some changes to the brain chip and improve it.

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