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Musk’s Neuralink says tiny wires of brain chip in first patient now stable

The tiny wires of Neuralink's brain chip implant used in the first participant in a trial run by Elon Musk's company have become "more or less very stable", a company executive said on Wednesday. The company had in May said that a number of tiny wires inside the brain of Noland Arbaugh, who is paralyzed from the shoulders down due to a 2016 diving accident, had pulled out of position. "Once you do the brain surgery it takes some time for the tissues to come in and anchor the threads in place, ...

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