Elon Musk’s brain chip project reportedly approved for human experimentation
Elon Musk’s brain chip project reportedly approved for human experimentationNeuralink, owned by American businessman Elon Musk, has announced that it has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to begin human trials of the brain chip project.According to BBC News, a statement made on the social networking site Neuralink called the FDA’s approval of the brainchip project “an important step that will help many people one day.” The necessary information will be provided.With this project, Neuralink aims to treat neurological disorders such as paralysis and blindness, as well as improve the quality of life of people with disabilities through microchips that will be placed in the brain.The chips, previously tested on monkeys, are noted to successfully interpret signals in the brain and transmit them to devices, on the other hand, experts warn that preliminary studies of Neuralink brain implants should be carried out more thoroughly and comprehensively, taking into account possible technical and safety problems.
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