Tesla CEO Elon Musk predicted that in the next half year he would be able to experiment with implanting a wireless chip into the human brain.
The key is to get permission from the US Food and Drug Administration.
This was reported by reporter Han Young-kyu.
Billionaire innovator Elon Musk expects to be able to conduct human experiments by inserting computer chips into human brains within the next six months.
He said he prepared very carefully for his first human test and submitted most of the necessary documents to the US Food and Drug Administration.
[일론 머스크/테슬라 CE0(뉴럴링크 대표) : 대부분의 서류를 제출했고 약 6개월 안에 사람 두뇌 속에 첫 번째 뉴럴링크를 가질 수 있을 것으로 생각합니다.]
Elon Musk announced that he would conduct an experiment to restore sight to the blind through Neuralink, which he founded.
[일론 머스크/테슬라 CE0(뉴럴링크 대표) : 대뇌 피질의 시각 부분은 여전히 존재하기 때문에 이전에 본 적이 없더라도 그들이 볼 수 있다고 확신합니다.]
Another was an experiment that allowed people who couldn’t move their muscles, like Dr. Stephen Hawking, to use a smartphone faster than normal people.
However, these plans are progressing more slowly than expected.
It was originally said to aim to get regulatory approval by 2020, but it was pushed back to the end of October this year, and this deadline was also pushed back without any explanation.
Meanwhile, a company called Synchron received regulatory approval and first implanted a chip in the brain last July and is conducting clinical trials.
Whether Musk’s grandiose plan to allow humans to manipulate complex electronics with thoughts alone through implanted chips and eventually overcome physical disabilities and cure brain diseases will be realized depends on whether the experiment is conducted correctly with permission from the Food and Drug Administration.
This is YTN Han Young-gyu.
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