Neuralink first product: Elon Musk's 'Telepathy' chip will help you control phones & PCs by thinking

Neuralink's first product is named Telepathy as per Elon Musk who explained how the high-tech chip in the brain will work.

Neuralink first product: Elon Musk's 'Telepathy' chip will help you control phones & PCs by thinking -

Billionaire & founder of Neuralink, Elon Musk on Tuesday announced the company's first product that will help people control mobile phones and computers just by their thoughts. Neuralink's first product is named Telepathy as per Elon Musk who explained how the high-tech chip in the brain will work. Notably, on Sunday, the billionaire announced that the first human has received an implant from Neuralink and recovering well. Musk stated that 'Initial results show promising neuron spike detection'. Musk's announcement grabbed global headlines if it turns out to be a success then it will be historic and game-changing for the entire world. 

 

Now, coming back to Neuralink's first product, Elon Musk on X wrote, "The first @Neuralink product is called Telepathy..Enables control of your phone or computer, and through them almost any device, just by thinking...Initial users will be those who have lost the use of their limbs. ..Imagine if Stephen Hawking could communicate faster than a speed typist or auctioneer. That is the goal."

 

 

Neuralink human trials explained

 

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had given the company clearance last year to conduct its first trial to test its implant on humans. Nerualink's Prime study is a trial for its wireless brain-computer interface to evaluate the safety of the implant and surgical robot. The study will assess the functionality of the interface, which enables people with quadriplegia, or paralysis of all four limbs, to control devices with their thoughts. 

 

A US newswire stated that Elon Musk-owned company Neuralink was fined for violating US Department of Transportation (DoT) rules regarding the movement of hazardous materials. During inspections of the company’s facilities in Texas and California in February 2023, DoT investigators found the company had failed to register itself as a transporter of hazardous material. 

 

The US Department also found improper packaging of hazardous waste, including the flammable liquid Xylene. Xylene can cause headaches, dizziness, confusion, loss of muscle coordination and even death.


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