Nueralink Brain Computer Interface Allows Paralyzed Patient to Play Chess with his Mind

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Neuralink, Elon Musk’s pioneering Brain Computer Interface company live-streamed an interview with its first brain chip patient, Noland Arbaugh on Wednesday.

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Arbaugh, a 29-year-old quadriplegic has been unable to move his arms or legs for nearly a decade following a diving accident.

The remarkable capabilities of Neuralink’s brain implant were on display while he was playing chess and discussing his experience.

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Using Neuralink’s brain-computer interface (BCI), Arbaugh demonstrated his ability to control a computer cursor solely with his thoughts.

The video garnered over 15 million views on X, Musk’s social media platform.