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What is Neuralink and how will it work?


If thoughts, feelings and other mental activities are nothing more than electrochemical signals flowing around a vast network of brain cells, will the connection of these signals with digital electronics allow us to improve the skills of our brains?

This is what Elon Musk suggested in a recent presentation of the Neuralink device , an innovative brain-machine interface implanted in a nut called Gertrude. But how viable is it? Brain-machine interfaces use electrodes to translate neuronal information into commands capable of controlling external systems, such as a computer or robotic arm.


What are neurons and how do they work?
Neurons are cells that can process and transmit information in the form of an electrical impulse. Neurons make up the brain and the neural network that allows messages to be sent around the body to perform most tasks, including walking, breathing and reacting to pain.

While messages are sent through neurons in the form of an electrical current, messages between neurons are transmitted using ions (mainly sodium and calcium), making neurons electrical and chemical.

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What is Neuralink?
Neuralink is a device that will be surgically implanted in the human brain, and with it the person will be able to communicate with the machines and even control them. It will also help to study electrical signals in the brain and come up with solutions that can help cure various health problems.
aprabha2611 10 december 2020, 12:54
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