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Neuralink Livestreams Paralyzed Patient Playing Video Games With His Mind

Screenshot: X/NeuralinkNeuralink, Elon Musk’s neuroscience startup, live-streamed an interview with its first patient on Wednesday. The man in question, a 29-year-old quadriplegic who identifies himself as Noland Arbaugh, said that he has been unable to move his arms or legs for nearly a decade. Using Neuralink’s brain implant, which was inserted in January, the man now seems to be able to play chess as well as the game Civilization by using his mind. The interview, in which Nolan is seen playing the games, was streamed

World’s First Neuralink User Plays Chess Via Thought After Brain Implant : ScienceAlert

Neuralink on Wednesday streamed a video of its first human patient playing computer chess with his mind and talking about the brain implant making that possible.Noland Arbaugh, 29, who was left paralyzed from the shoulders down by a diving accident eight years ago, told of playing chess and the videogame "Civilization" as well as taking Japanese and French lessons by controlling a computer screen cursor with his brain. "It's crazy, it really is. It's so cool," said Arbaugh, who joked of having telepathy thanks to Elon…

First Neuralink brain-chip patient plays online chess using only his t

Elon Musk’s brain-chip startup Neuralink livestreamed on Wednesday its first patient implanted with a chip using his mind to play online chess.Noland Arbaugh, the 29-year-old patient who was paralyzed below the shoulder after a diving accident, played chess on his laptop and moved the cursor using the Neuralink device. The implant seeks to enable people to control a computer cursor or keyboard using only their thoughts.Arbaugh had received an implant from the company in January and could control a computer mouse using his…

Neuralink video shows patient using brain implant to play chess on laptop

Elon Musk’s brain-computer interface company has released a video purporting to show the first human patient using Neuralink’s brain implant to control a mouse cursor and play a game of chess. The patient, identified as 29-year-old Noland Arbaugh, said he was injured in a diving accident eight years ago that paralyzed him below the shoulders. Arbaugh describes using the Neuralink implant as like using the Force from the Star Wars franchise, allowing him to “just stare somewhere on the screen” and move the cursor where he…

Neuralink Shows First Brain-Chip Patient Using His Mind to Play Online Chess

Elon Musk's brain-chip startup Neuralink livestreamed on Wednesday its first patient implanted with a chip using his mind to play online chess.Noland Arbaugh, the 29-year-old patient who was paralyzed below the shoulder after a diving accident, played chess on his laptop and moved the cursor using the Neuralink device. The implant seeks to enable people to control a computer cursor or keyboard using only their thoughts.Arbaugh had received an implant from the company in January and could control a computer mouse using his…

neuralink patient: ‘Demonstrating telepathy’: Neuralink’s first brain chip patient plays chess with his mind

Elon Musk's brain chip startup Neuralink on Wednesday live-streamed its first patient playing an online chess game using the company's chip implant to move the mouse.Neuralink is testing its brain implant technology for "people with paralysis to control external devices with their thoughts".Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIIM KozhikodeIIMK Advanced Data Science For ManagersVisitIIM LucknowIIML Executive Programme in FinTech, Banking & Applied Risk ManagementVisitIIT…

Watch Neuralink’s first human brain-chip patient play chess

Three years after Neuralink showed footage of a monkey playing Pong using signals delivered via a brain implant, the Elon Musk-backed company has shared another video, this time of a human using the same technology to play chess on a computer. Neuralink live streamed the remarkable demonstration (below) on social media on Wednesday. https://t.co/OMIeGGjYtG — Neuralink (@neuralink) March 20, 2024 It features 29-year-old quadriplegic Noland Arbaugh, who recently became the first human patient to have…

Man with Neuralink chip plays video game just by thinking, Elon Musk shares video

A follower commented: “Beautiful to watch this. You can see his joy in being able to control things again. This is when science does very good things!” In a first, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Thursday shared a video clip where a person was seen playing video games just by thinking, courtesy the Neuralink brain chip. Paraplegic Noland Arbaugh, 29, was seen in a video shared to X using just his mind to play online chess.‘See that cursor on the screen? That’s all me. It’s all brainpower,” he was quoted as…

Here’s a video of the first human Neuralink patient controlling a computer with his thoughts

Earlier this year, Elon Musk announced that the first human patient had received a Neuralink brain implant as part of the company’s first clinical trial. Now, the company has shared a brief public demo of the brain-computer interface (BCI) in action.The company briefly live streamed a demo on X with a 29-year-old man named Nolan Arbaugh, who said he was paralyzed from the neck down after a diving accident eight years ago. In the video, Arbaugh explains that after receiving the implant — he said the surgery was “super…