April 15, 2024

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Mind Control Chess: Paralyzed Man Uses Neuralink to Play on Laptop

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Neuralink stuns the world! Watch a paralyzed man play chess on a laptop using only his thoughts. Brain-computer interface tech takes a giant leap forward. This is a game-changer!
Mind Control Chess

Mind Control Chess: Paralyzed Man Uses Neuralink to Play on Laptop

Whoa, hold onto your neurons! This week, Neuralink, Elon Musk’s brain-computer interface company, dropped a mind-blowing livestream. The star? A 29-year-old named Noland Arbaugh, paralyzed from the shoulders down after a diving accident. But here’s the kicker: Noland wasn’t just sitting there – he was playing chess on a laptop, using only his thoughts!

The nine-minute video showed Noland navigating the cursor across the screen, making chess moves, and even turning off some music – all with his brain. This is some serious sci-fi stuff coming to life.

Neuralink’s implant translates Noland’s brain activity into digital commands. Imagine the possibilities! People with paralysis could regain control of their lives, interacting with computers and potentially even robotic limbs. It’s a glimpse into a future where our thoughts could be the ultimate interface.

Of course, there are questions. The technology is still young, and the long-term effects of brain implants are unknown. But this is a huge leap forward. Neuralink’s livestream has people buzzing, and it’s exciting to see where this brain-computer revolution takes us.


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