Elon Musk’s startup Neuralink unveiled plans today to use flexible “threads” in their brain-machine interfaces that are less likely to damage the brain, by using a silicon shuttle to insert flexible electrode arrays through dura mater into the brain, as reported in the Journal of Neural Engineering.

Elon Musk’s startup Neuralink unveiled plans today to use flexible “threads” in their brain-machine interfaces that are less likely to damage the brain, by using a silicon shuttle to insert flexible electrode arrays through dura mater into the brain, as reported in the Journal of Neural Engineering.
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