Neuralink, the brain chip company co-founded in 2016 by the Tesla CEO, posted a notice looking for clinical trial director to work with the start-up's first trial participants. The company is looking to build interfaces between human brains and external electronic devices. According to Musk, the first version of this product is able to transmit information on the muscular activity of the person wearing it via Bluetooth technology. In other words, with each of your movements, the chip can identify the location of your muscles. The chips would both record and stimulate brain activity with the goal of helping those with serious spinal-cord injuries and neurological disorders.
Jan-22-2022, 02:35:32 GMT