Elon Musk Wants to Turn Humans into Literal NPC’s!

This Will Not Make You a Superhero (or a god) | Truthstream Media Published on Aug 7, 2019


NEURALINK

Neuralink Launch Event
Neuralink
Streamed live on Jul 16, 2019

Threads
Our novel polymer probes. A. “Linear Edge” probes, with 32 electrode contacts spaced by 50 μm. B. “Tree” probes with 32 electrode contacts spaced by 75 μm. C. Increased magnification of individual electrodes for the thread design in panel A, emphasizing their small geometric surface area. D. Distribution of electrode impedances (measured at 1 kHz) for two surface treatments: PEDOT (n = 257) and IrOx (n = 588).

Elon Musk Wants to Turn Humans into Literal NPC’s!

Robot Needle pincher cartridge (NPC) compared with a penny for scale

Robot Fig. 2c
Needle pincher cartridge (NPC) compared with a penny for scale. A. Needle. B. Pincher. C. Cartridge.

The robot features an auto-insertion mode, which can insert up to 6 threads (192 electrodes) per minute. While the entire insertion procedure can be automated, the surgeon retains full control, and if desired, can make manual micro-adjustments to the thread position before each insertion into the cortex. The neurosurgical robot is compatible with sterile shrouding, and has features to facilitate successful and rapid insertions such as automatic sterile ultrasonic cleaning of the needle. The needle pincher cartridge (NPC; fig. 2C above) is the portion of the inserter head that makes direct contact with brain tissue and is a consumable that can be replaced mid-surgery in under a minute.

Elon Musk, Neuralink
An integrated brain-machine interface platform with thousands of channels

Robot
The robotic electrode inserter; enlarged view of the inserter-head shown in the inset. A. Loaded needle pincher cartridge. B. Low-force contact brain position sensor. C. Light modules with multiple independent wavelengths. D. Needle motor. E. One of four cameras focused on the needle during insertion. F. Camera with wide angle view of surgical field. G. Stereoscopic cameras.

Robot
1. The inserter approaches the brain proxy with a thread. i. needle and cannula. ii. previously inserted thread. 2. Inserter touches down on the brain proxy surface. 3. Needle penetrates tissue proxy, advancing the thread to the desired depth. iii. inserting thread. 4. Inserter pulls away, leaving the thread behind in the tissue proxy. iv. inserted thread.

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