Elon Musk Says First Human Trial of Neuralink Brain Chip Showing “Promising” Results

Elon Musk totally failed to give anyone free speech. He’s failed the electric car war (he’s getting blown out by the Chinese). His AI is total garbage, and a failure.

But maybe he’ll succeed at using computer chips to control people’s thoughts?


Elon Musk, Neuralink’s billionaire founder, said the first human received an implant from the brain-chip startup on Sunday and is recovering well, in a post, opens new tab on social media platform X on Monday.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration had given the company clearance last year to conduct its first trial to test its implant on humans.

Initial results show promising neuron spike detection,” Musk added.

The startup’s PRIME Study is a trial for its wireless brain-computer interface to evaluate the safety of the implant and surgical robot.

I have questions as to whether or not this will even work. You could probably pump advertisements into people’s dreams, but Elon had all his advertisers canceled when he accused the Jews of trying to exterminate the white race.

The idea that you’re going to be able to download information into your thoughts on any kind of scale seems ridiculous to me. It would drive people insane.

The game “Cyberpunk 2077” (which is better now, by the way – they fixed it) features “cyber-psychos,” who are people who go insane from brain implants. My thinking is that this will be the norm, rather than the exception.

It will probably work to give people cyborg limbs, however. That’s pretty simple. Much simpler than connecting people’s thoughts to the internet.

You know, this VR stuff doesn’t work for video games. It makes you vomit if you play it longer than 15 minutes. VR, like brain chips, was predicted to be a game changer, and no games were changed by it. (We’ll see if the Apple VR works for watching movies and working. I’m thinking it won’t work very well at all, but I could be wrong. We’ll know in a few days.)

Regardless, I don’t think anyone should have a computer chip implanted into their brain.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.