ByGilberto Mcgaw 2020-02-08 904
In one tweet, Musk claimed that Neurolace may usher in its updated version, which "will be applied to humans as soon as this year". He said it was "significantly better than the Utah array (Utah Array)," an existing neural interface designed to record neural activity in the brain. Musk pointed out that such an array had some "serious shortcomings" and claimed that "it looks like a medieval torture device," perhaps referring to its spiked image and the way it was inserted into the brain through "pneumatic inserters."
Musk boasted on the podcast last November that future versions of neurolace might be able to "solve" autism and schizophrenia by restoring lost parts of the brain. Musk also tweeted: "I really don't want to get too excited, but the potential of neurolace is transformative in terms of restoring the brain and its motor function."
Last July, Neurolace showed a way to connect the human brain to a machine by punching a hole in the skull with a laser and sending flexible electrode wires into the brain.
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