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A Scientist and Engineer Explain Everything Elon Musk’s Neuralink Can (and Can’t) Do

Brain surgery robots, neural Fitbits, and cyborg pigs

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Co-authored by Chris Chiang

In late August, more than 150,000 people tuned into a webcast to watch a live demonstration of the latest tech from brain-computer interface company Neuralink. The secretive…

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