First person has received a "neuralink" brain implant


“Elon Musk said that the first human patient has received a brain implant from his startup Neuralink Corp. In a post on X, formerly Twitter, Musk said that the patient is “recovering well,” and that initial results are promising. The first human received an implant from @Neuralink yesterday and is recovering well.”

Elon Musk making the world great again. Yes this is legitimate. Essentially they cut a hole in your head and jam a bunch of wires into your brain and hook it up to a chip, which lets you control a keyboard and mouse by thinking it.
Simplified diagram of how the implant is put in:

The possibilities are endless here… When will the first “lose bladder control” hack come out?

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Hopefully this works out better than this :arrow_heading_down:

The documentary on Netflix is worth a watch… Incredible story and not incredibly good for everyone involved…


Well… at least neuralink has a team of real doctors on it and it’s not Elon Musk himself jamming chips into people’s brains.

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Maybe not, but I don’t want him to have remote access to anything I own! Lol


Old news … as evident by @Dogtamer 's responses that need dictionary decoding, there is strong evidence that we have all been in the presents of the truly first person to receive a “neuralink” and he has had it for years … maybe decades or longer.

Is there really any other explanation?


Why do you need AI when you can implant these things in a bunch of people and plug them directly into servers?

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#DoctorWho #Floor500

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Because my people failed with our Pod People and Cloning Programs for subjugating ye puny humans, and we’ve been here long enough to learn that with three strikes yer out.

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Because people twitch and everyone knows that when the computer screen twitch that means glitches … and why would you want to self inflict your computer with a virus? Humans come with all types of them … you know …

Solution 1: Don’t accept people with tourette syndrome
Solution 2: Run an STD check before plugging them in