From Novel Technology to Novel Applications: Comment on “An Integrated Brain-Machine Interface Platform With Thousands of Channels” by Elon Musk and Neuralink

@article{Pisarchik2019FromNT,
  title={From Novel Technology to Novel Applications: Comment on “An Integrated Brain-Machine Interface Platform With Thousands of Channels” by Elon Musk and Neuralink},
  author={A. Pisarchik and V. Maksimenko and A. Hramov},
  journal={Journal of Medical Internet Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={21}
}
The first attempts to translate neuronal activity into commands to control external devices were made in monkeys yet in 1960s [1]. After that, during 1960-1970, the biological feedback was realized in monkeys, to provide voluntary control of the firing rate of cortical neurons [2,3]. The term “brain-computer interface” appeared only in earlier 1970s [4]. The brain-computer interface is usually referred to as a “brain-machine interface” in invasive studies. Nowadays, the brain-computer interface… Expand

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