Paralyzed Man Plays Video Games with His Mind!

Elon Musk's Neuralink has successfully implanted a brain chip in a quadriplegic man named Noland Arbaugh, allowing him to control a computer with his mind.

Arbaugh, paralyzed from the shoulders down due to a diving accident, can now play video games like Civilization VI using only his thoughts, thanks to the Neuralink implant.

The breakthrough marks a significant advancement for Neuralink, which previously showcased brain signals captured from swine with chip implants.

Arbaugh described the experience of controlling a cursor with his mind as "using the Force," and he has made a full recovery since the surgery.

While Neuralink's claims are supported by patient testimonials, the company maintains precise control over the information released, and has not yet published peer-reviewed research.

Neuralink's main competitors, Blackrock Microsystems and Synchron, have already demonstrated similar successes with their brain-computer interface technologies.

The FDA has granted Neuralink approval to launch its first human trial, but the long-term implications and potential complications of the technology remain to be seen.