Musk says brain-computer interface technology could help paralyzed people regain full body control

Musk reiterated in a post on X over the weekend that the technology of his brain-computer interface company Neuralink may one day help quadriplegic patients regain full-body movement

Musk reiterated in a post on X over the weekend that technology from his brain-computer interface company Neuralink may one day help quadriplegic patients regain full-body movement.
Musk forwarded news on X that senior technology reporter Ashlee Vance interviewed Noland Arbaugh, the first subject of Neuralink brain-computer chip implantation. He also commented: Interview Nolan. He is the first in the world. Neuralink subjects. This technology can telepathically control a computer or phone just by thinking! In the long term, I think we could bridge the severed nerve signals to a second Neuralink in the spine, thereby restoring control of the entire body.

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