The paralyzed man published a post for the first time in the world with the power of thought

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The paralyzed man published a post for the first time in the world with the power of thought

An implant with a set of electrodes that allows him to communicate with other devices was introduced to Philip through the jugular vein in April 2020.

A paralyzed 62-year-old Australian Philip O’Keefe tweeted a message using a device implanted in his brain. Writes about it Futurism.

It is noted that the device belongs to the company Synchron. The man had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

“Hello world!” O’Keefe wrote in account Synchron CEO Thomas Oxley.

“Short tweet. Monumental progress”, – added in the message.

A little later, another message appeared, published by the power of thought, in which it was said:

“No keys or voice needed. I created this tweet just thinking about it.”

The media also writes that an implant with a set of electrodes that allows Philip to communicate with other devices was inserted through the jugular vein in April 2020.

Aussies can now email, pay bank charges and tweet.

Recall earlier artificial intelligence began to read minds accurate to 100%.

Scientists have deciphered the thoughts of a paralyzed person

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