Neuralink video shows patient playing chess using brain implant


In a livestream on X, patient Noland Arbaugh explained that he was playing a game of chess online using a device in his brain to move the cursor.

He appeared in the video beside Neuralink’s brain interface software lead Bliss Chapman, and answered questions about how the technology worked, saying that it required him to “imagine the cursor moving”.

The 29-year-old said he had become paralysed from the shoulders down after a diving accident. He said the Neuralink device was “intuitive” and his experience using it was “wild”.

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