To help paralyzed people control devices and empower people with brain disorders enrich their lives, Elon Musk-led startup Neuralink has revealed tiny brain "threads" in a chip which is long lasting, usable at home and has the potential to replace cumbersome devices currently used as brain-machine interfaces. The company is seeking the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval to start clinical trials on humans in 2020.
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RELATED NEWS: Musk unveils brain-on-a-chip, seeks human trials in 2020
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