Elon Musk’s big claim: Neuralink patient now controls the computer mouse with his brain

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According to Elon Musk, the first recipient of the Neuralink chip can now control a computer mouse by thinking.

Elon Musk, the founder of Neuralink, says that a person who received the company’s brain-computer chip can now control a computer mouse just by thinking.

The 52-year-old CEO of SpaceX and Tesla says the first recipient of the Neuralink chip has made a full recovery and has had no complications that Neuralink noticed: “This person can control a mouse and move the mouse on the screen just by thinking.”

According to CNBC, Neuralink claims its chip will allow humans to use the brain’s nerve signals to control technology outside the body. This news-making startup seeks to restore vision, the ability to move body parts, and the ability to talk to disabled people.

Earlier this year, Neuralink inserted its chip into a human brain for the first time. This company uses a special robot to precisely implant the chip in the brain.

According to Elon Musk, Neuralink is trying to give the most capabilities possible to the first person to receive the chip.

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