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Neuralink Technology: The Future of Neural Engineering

Abhinn D Suthar*

As the days are passing by, we come across new and latest inventions which use Artificial Intelligence to ease our usage of the devices. But Neurological Science has also excelled beyond its limits though we are unable to treat some disabilities like Alzheimer's, seizures etc. but Brain Machine Interfaces (BMI) or “Neural Lace” can be the technology which can improve the sensory and motor function of the Brain and can help to find solution of neurological disorders. Brain and can help to find solution of neurological disorders. Integrating genetical apporach with Brain Machine Interfaces (BMI) treatment can be very beneficial. Implementing BMI EloMn usk’s company neuralink has successfully developed a chip which is called neuarlink or the, LINK. The wgoal is to eventually begin implanting devices in paralyzed humans, allowing them to control phones or computers. In this paper we will discuss the use of Brain machine interface and working of neuralink. We have also included the implant process of neuralink.