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Tech Expert: Musk Neuralink Brain Chip Can Be Hacked

 
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Tech Expert: Musk Neuralink Brain Chip Can Be Hacked
A tech boss has warned of the dangers of brain implant technology, including the risk they could be hacked – as Elon Musk's Neuralink chip gets the go-ahead to begin human testing.

The Tesla tycoon is preparing to launch a six-year clinical trial after getting the all-clear last month, and is looking to recruit paralysed volunteers for the first stage of its trial. The company is particularly interested in people who suffering from spinal column injuries and the deadly motor neuron disease ALS.

"At the moment the approach is for Neuralink to be an interface between the subject’s brain and external devices, basically for them to control a computer via an app on their phone," Laurie said.

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Re: Tech Expert: Musk Neuralink Brain Chip Can Be Hacked
Musk Cover Up of The Neuralink Monkey Catastrophe
THE TAN MACAQUE with the hairless pink face could do little more than sit and shiver as her brain began to swell. The California National Primate Center staff observing her via livestream knew the signs. Whatever had been done had left her with a “severe neurological defect,” and it was time to put the monkey to sleep. But the client protested; the Neuralink scientist whose experiment left the 7-year-old monkey’s brain mutilated wanted to wait another day. And so they did.

As the attending staff sat back and observed, the monkey seized and vomited. Her pupils reacted less and less to the light. Her right leg went limp, and she could no longer support the weight of her 15-pound body without gripping the bars of her cage. One attendant moved a heat lamp beside her to try to stop her shaking. Sometimes she would wake and scratch at her throat, retching and gasping for air, before collapsing again, exhausted.

An autopsy would later reveal that the mounting pressure inside her skull had deformed and ruptured her brain. A toxic adhesive around the Neuralink implant bolted to her skull had leaked internally. The resulting inflammation had caused painful pressure on a part of the brain producing cerebrospinal fluid, the slick, translucent substance in which the brain sits normally buoyant. The hind quarter of her brain visibly poked out of the base of her skull.



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Re: Tech Expert: Musk Neuralink Brain Chip Can Be Hacked
Thats a no brainer.its easily hacked.i can turn a brain into a poached egg using a capacitor and two wires at a distance with neuralink.
A church cellphone jammer can too.i expect to see advanced parkinsons in patients after install.





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