It seems that company BCI is authorized to conduct human experiments using the same devices that kill all tested pigs in 2022. USA Food And Drug Administration (FDA) rejected by
present and old neuralink “The agency’s main safety concerns included the device’s lithium battery, the potential for tiny wires of the implant to escape into other parts of the brain, and questions about whether and how the device can be removed without damaging brain tissue,” its staff told Reuters. said.
FDA’s battery system and new transdermal charging Concerns about the ability of the device revolve around the possibility of malfunctioning of the device. According to Reuters, the agency seeks assurance that the battery is “very unlikely to fail” because in such a case, the discharge of electrical current or heat energy from a ruptured package could fry the surrounding tissue.
Elon Musk’s Cyberpunk adventure was short-lived
The FDA is also concerned with potential problems when the device must be removed from the bulk for replacement or update, due to the small size of the electrical wires that run into the patient’s gray matter. These electrodes are so small and sensitive that they are (even during regular use) detachment of the brain, where they can then stumble upon something important. other are at risk of emigrating to their regions.
Neuralink’s at its open session last November. musk, He said he was confident the company would receive FDA approval by this spring, “within six months.” This guess Cybertruck It seems to have turned out to be just as accurate as his predictions about when it could finally go into production. “He can’t understand that this isn’t a car,” one employee told Reuters. “This is a person’s brain, not a toy.”