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Neuralink’s Role in Technology Upgradation

Samiksha S. Lokhande, Krishna T Madrewar


Elon Musk established Neuralink, a firm that seeks to build neural implants that will enable a brain-machine interface. Neuralink is poised to bring in new developments in the area of human-computer interaction and dramatically enhance our technological capabilities with its cutting-edge technology. The implants developed by Neuralink have the potential to change a number of industries, including healthcare, education, and entertainment. The company's first focus is on assisting people with neurological illnesses, but by making it possible to use brainwaves to control equipment, it has the potential to advance the field of augmented reality. Neuralink's technology could also revolutionize gaming by enabling levels of immersion and control that are presently not attainable. By offering a potent tool for data collection and analysis, it may also speed up the development of artificial intelligence. Finally, the technology developed by Neuralink has the potential to dramatically advance our technological prowess and open the door to a new era of human-computer connection. It is an exciting development with broad ramifications for many other industries, and its impact will be seen for years to come.


neurotechnology, electrodes, Neuralink, artificial intelligence, human brains

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