Neuralink is a device inserted into the brain through robotic surgery by neurosurgeons. In this process, a chipset (or a set of chips) called “Link” is implanted into the skull. It has several insulated wires connected from the electrodes used in the process. The device can then be used to operate phones and computers without having to touch them.


Before understanding how Neuralink works, we should understand the science behind the human brain. The brain is composed of nerve cells that transmit signals to cells in the body including muscles, nerves, glands, and other nerve cells. Each neuron is made up of three parts called the dendrite, the soma (cell body), and the axon.

Neuralink will take the human brain to the next level.

Each of these parts has its own function. The dendrites receive the signals. Soma processes these signals. The axon then transmits the signal to other cells. Neurons are connected to each other by synapses that release neurotransmitters. These chemicals are then sent to the other neuron’s dendrite, causing an electric current to flow through the nerve cell.

The electrodes that are part of Neuralink read the electrical signals produced by certain nerve cells in the brain. The signals are then output as an action or motion. According to the company Neuralink, the device is implanted directly into the brain because placing it outside the head will not accurately detect the signals generated by the brain.


As mentioned above, Neuralink is used as a connection between the human brain and technology. This means that paralyzed people can easily operate phones and computers directly with their brains. This technology helps people communicate through text messages or voice messages. Not stopping there, it can also be used for painting, taking pictures and performing other activities.
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