Along the way Neuralink: China opened a laboratory for the development of an interface for connecting the brain and computer

(ORDO NEWS) — According to the SCMP news agency, China has opened a state-of-the-art laboratory in the city of Tianjin, which will work on brain-machine interfaces that provide direct communication between the human brain and external complex devices.

The new Haihe Sixth Lab (as it has been named) will serve as the central hub for China’s brain-machine interface research.

The laboratory will coordinate Chinese research on key technologies and components used in the field of brain-machine interface.

More than 60 scientists, including award winners and foreign experts, will conduct research in the field of medical engineering, such as the development of bionic tissues for the human body.


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