In the U.S., a person has been implanted with a neurochip to communicate with a computer

In the U.S., a person has been implanted with a neurochip to communicate with a computer

So the developers outrun Ilon Mask's widely-spoiled kid, Neuralink, who has so far only done so on chimpanzees, and the animal has learned to play the simplest video game – Pong – using only thought.

However, in Australia, such operations with Syncron chips have already been carried out and have been successful, and four people have been given the opportunity to perform simple computer operations with the power of thought there.

Syncron's chick was implanted at Mount Sinai West Medical Center in New York City, and the computer is wanted to connect a patient with lateral amotrophic sclerosis to the computer.

Developers hope he can surf the Internet, run apps and communicate with thought power – the chip will convert the electrical signals of neural circuits into computer commands.