Brain chip tech that can empower people with paralysis

Neuralink has made strides with its fully-implanted, wireless, high-channel count brain-machine interface (BMI) or brain chip. The development of this technology is meant to assist people with paralysis to directly use their neural activity to operate computers and mobile devices with speed and ease.

In a video released last week, Neuralink shows how this technology works with its test subject, a macaque monkey named Pager. For more information on how this technology works, visit the Neuralink website at


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