About the company
Neuralink's technology builds on decades of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BMI) research in academic labs, including several ongoing studies with human participants.
BMIs use electrodes attached to the neurons of the brain, which are implanted in the brain. These electrodes are connected to a recording device, which captures electrical activity from the neurons. Then this activity can be decoded into a readable pattern that is inputted into a computer or other electronic device. The information contained in these patterns can then be used to move a cursor or control the movements of an artificial limb, for example.
The company is solving issues regarding connecting electrodes threads, creation of a chip - The Link with a possibility to read neuron signals, hermetic packaging for The Link, neurosurgical robots for the implantation and neural decoding.
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