Elon Musk's Neuralink monkey brain demo explained

Neuralink just implanted a chip in a monkey’s brain and demonstrated it playing video games with its mind. The science behind that could be a game-changer.

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  1. Me, thinking about my neurons firing, sending messages to other neurons to make me say the words in this video, wondering if Neuralink could've worked out what I wanted to say before I said it: 🤯

  2. From my understanding of this, it’s what the monkey would do based on its previous movements while using the joy stick. So it’s not actually using the chip to control the game, it’s just what the chip thinks the monkey would do based on its recorded records of the monkey playing earlier.

  3. A lot of possibilities with the technology. Imagine being able to control your house by thought. Long ways off but would be pretty cool until the Chinese microwave attack you like they did the diplomats

  4. What's the deal with bananas, man? They even like them as smoothies? Me too — is that a monkey thing? It's not the best fruit out there, but I love a banana smoothie. Weird.


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