NeuraLink makes significant advancement in mapping human mind with machines

On Tuesday the San Francisco based company NeuraLink revealed their latest brain implant. Shrouded in secrecy for two years, the Elon Musk backed startup hopes to connect the human brain with computers.

NeuraLink aims to treat brain disorders, help people who had traumatic injuries by creating a brain-machine interface, and build steps toward a human-artificial intelligence symbiosis.

The system uses sensors about the width of a strand of human hair that connect the human brain with a computer interface. FUTEK has supported NeuraLink with their force measurement needs as they develop and continue to build this monumental technological advancement.

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