Neuralink's First Brain Implant Patient Reveals How the Technology Changed His Life

Neuralink's first patient, Noland Arbaugh, shares his transformative experience with the brain implant technology.

29-year-old Arbaugh, a quadriplegic from Texas, received the implant after a diving accident in 2016.

The implant allows him to control a computer and play video games using just his thoughts.

Arbaugh can now independently play complex games like Civilization 6 for hours without assistance.

He describes the experience as learning to "use the Force" to move a cursor on the screen.

Neuralink's implant uses a robotic surgeon to connect the device's wiring to the brain.

The device is invisible externally and recharges wirelessly via a compact, inductive charger.

Neuralink aims to help people with severe spinal cord injuries regain digital freedom.

Elon Musk envisions future implants could allow users to connect directly to the internet.

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