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Neuralink Faces Setback as First Human Brain Implant Encounters Malfunction

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Neuralink Faces Setback as First Human Brain Implant Encounters Malfunction

Neuralink, the neurotechnology company founded by Elon Musk, has reported a malfunction in its first human brain implant. The device, designed to enable individuals with paralysis to control external technology using their brain signals, experienced a setback when threads recording neural activity retracted from the brain of 29-year-old Noland Arbaugh, a quadriplegic.

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This malfunction hindered Arbaugh's ability to control a computer cursor with his mind, a key functionality of the brain-computer interface. Despite this issue, Neuralink has developed a workaround to address the immediate problem, although. . .

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