The study aims to test the safety and efficacy of Neuralink’s wireless, implantable brain-computer interface, to enable people with paralysis to control external devices with their thoughts, the company said.
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Neuralink said patients with paralysis due to cervical spinal cord injury or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may qualify for the trial.