1 min readNeuralink Claims First Successful Implantation of Wireless Brain Chips In Humans

Elon Musk’s Neuralink company claims to have successfully implanted one of its wireless brain chips in a human, detecting “promising” brain activity post-procedure. The goal is to connect human brains to computers to address neurological conditions.

While hailed as a significant milestone by experts, caution is urged, emphasizing the need for long-term evaluation. Neuralink joins a small group of firms achieving such advancements, while rivals like École Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne have enabled a paralyzed man to walk via brain implants.

The company envisions its product, Telepathy, enabling device control through thought, initially benefiting individuals with limb loss.

Editor’s Note: Remember the issues raised on Neuralink’s testing on animals? [Read ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP SUES NEURALINK FOR SUBJECTING MONKEYS TO EXTREME SUFFERING]. For the sake of their human test subjects, we hope that the company has already been able to adjust its experimental practices.

Aside from the ethical issues that arise from Neuralink’s invasive brain implants, this development also has implications on spirituality and our “superhuman” capabilities of telepathy and nonverbal communication. Neuralink will become a hindrance to the potential transformation of human communication, in the same way that various technological conveniences have led us to forget about honing our human capacities [read this article from our sister website Our Addiction To Convenience Is Being Weaponized Against Us].

As Neuralink technology evolves, it prompts profound questions about the intersection of neuroscience, ethics, and spirituality, challenging us to navigate these complex issues thoughtfully and responsibly.

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