Neuralink has revealed their new design for a brain-to-machine interface, alongside the robot that inserts the implant and several pigs that have the device installed.
Musk shared updates of the implant, which Neuralink is developing to connect human brains with computer interfaces via artificial intelligence, in an online presentation last week.
In the presentation, the entrepreneur and Tesla founder unveiled the new design of the chip, as well as the full-scale surgical robot and a group of pig test subjects.
The in-brain device could enable humans with neurological conditions to control technology, such as phones or computers, with their thoughts.
Musk also claims to be able to solve neurological disorders from memory, hearing loss and blindness to paralysis, depression and brain damage.
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