Neuralink 首例脑芯片植入物出现问题

Neuralink 首例人类脑机接口植入设备出现问题,但未影响展示。在植入几周后,导线出现脱落问题,这导致一些数据出现丢失。该公司表示已进行了包括修改算法在内的一些改变,这些改变改善了每秒比特数。Neuralink 公司制造了必须植入人脑深处的柔性电极。它们使大脑和计算机之间的通信成为可能。该植入物由 1,024 个电极和 64 根极细的 “电线” 组成,用于发送神经信号。今年 1 月,该植入物首次被植入一名 29 岁男子 Noland Arbaugh 的大脑,他在一次事故中肩膀以下瘫痪。3 月,Neuralink 分享了相关画面。Neuralink 希望在完成对 Arbaugh 植入体的一项安全评估后,在未来几个月内再为两名患者植入此类装置。

The first human brain-machine interface implant device by Neuralink encountered some issues but did not affect the demonstration. Several weeks after the implantation, there were instances of wire detachment, resulting in some data loss. The company has made changes, including algorithm modifications, to improve the bits per second. Neuralink manufactures flexible electrodes that must be implanted deep into the human brain, enabling communication between the brain and a computer. The implant consists of 1,024 electrodes and 64 ultra-thin “wires” to transmit neural signals. In January of this year, the implant was first placed in the brain of a 29-year-old man named Noland Arbaugh, who was paralyzed below the shoulders due to an accident. In March, Neuralink shared visuals of the implant. After completing a safety assessment on Arbaugh’s implant, Neuralink aims to implant similar devices in two more patients in the coming months.



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