VIDEO: Elon Musk’s Amazing Achievement

(—In a fast-paced world where technology moves faster than the speed of light, Elon Musk unveiled a video of Neuralink, the brain-chip project that features a paralyzed patient operating a computer cursor with his thoughts.

Watch the video below!!! 

In the nine-minute live broadcast on X, Noland Arbaugh demonstrated how he controlled a chess game online solely through his mind. This 29-year-old person became the first recipient of Neuralink’s brain implant.

He recounted his experience with the implant during the live stream, expressing:

“I think it just became intuitive for me to start imagining the cursor moving,” he said. “Basically it was like using the force on the cursor, and I get it to move whenever I wanted to. Just stare somewhere in the screen and it would move where I wanted to, which was such a wild experience.”

He also shared one of the first things he did after gaining full control over the device. “One of the first times y’all gave me complete control over this, I actually stayed up until like, 6 a.m. playing Civilization VI. It was worth it,” he continued.

Musk on his social media platform X named the chip implant “Telepathy” and it was designed to enable individuals with severe paralysis to operate devices using their minds.

Despite enjoying the device so far, Arbaugh admitted that there’s much more improvement to be done with the implant. “It’s not perfect. I would say that we have run into some issues,” Arbaugh said.

The billionaire tech mogul wrote on X, “Enables control of your phone or computer, and through them almost any device, just by thinking. Initial users will be those who have lost the use of their limbs. Imagine if Stephen Hawking could communicate faster than a speed typist or auctioneer. That is the goal.”

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