Neuralink’s Brain Chip Plan
The coin-sized ‘N1 Link’ implant placed in the brain is aimed at the treatment of neurological and physical disorders. Musk, whose ultimate goal is to power the human brain as much as a computer, said, “We believe that we can give sight even to people who have never seen before. It’s like taking a piece of the skull and replacing it with a smart watch,” he said.
HE WILL EXECUTE THE PARALYZED
Because this implant, which is a neural interface device, has all the features found in a smartwatch. In other words, by ‘formatting’ the human brain, it will upgrade its capacity with smart watch hardware. It will be placed behind the ear with a device with robotic arms. With the implant, which has artificial learning skills, it will also be possible to communicate wirelessly with the outside world and control the prostheses with the power of thought. Thousands of electrodes on it have the capacity to perceive and transmit commands from the brain. It is expected to be effective in the treatment of mental illnesses such as depression and memory loss by transferring commands that cannot be transmitted through the nervous system of stroke patients due to spinal cord damage.
FRIGHTENING SIDE EFFECTS
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper has reached out to reports of some monkeys trying out the chip. Accordingly, some monkeys experienced side effects such as vomiting, shortness of breath and gagging. Some monkeys were also put to sleep due to their poor health.