Neuralink’s first human patient able to control mouse through thinking, Musk says

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The first human patient implanted with a brain-chip from Neuralink appears to have fully recovered and is able to control a computer mouse using their thoughts, said the startup’s founder Elon Musk․
“Progress is good, and the patient seems to have made a full recovery, with no ill effects that we are aware of. Patient is able to move a mouse around the screen by just thinking,” said Musk.
Musk said Neuralink was now trying to get as many mouse button clicks as possible from the patient.
The firm successfully implanted a chip on its first human patient last month, after receiving approval for human trial recruitment in September.
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