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Earlier this month, Elon Musk took the stage in a science museum in San Francisco and sketched out a bold vision of connecting a human brain to a computer.

The presentation was one of the first public unveilings of the technology behind his brain-machine interface (BMI) company Neuralink, which is trying to use robotically implanted super thin flexible “threads” in the brain to allow individuals to control computers and smartphones with their mind. An unpublished non-peer reviewed white paper credited to Musk and Neuralink lays out more of the technical details behind the technology.

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