Anything is possible nowadays. You ought to just think and technological movements will wrap up. Taking everything into account, we are totally not kidding, it’s substantial. A paralyzed man, not set in stone to have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), has had the choice to make a post on social media “using simply direct thought” in Australia. Philip O’Keefe has the infection, which causes paralysis. However he can grant thoughts to others by including no muscle activity by any means. It has been made possible by an association called Synchron.
The post made by 62-year-old O’Keefe on Twitter said, “I made this tweet just by thinking it.” It was posted to the account of Synchron CEO Thomas Oxley. As indicated by the firm, the ‘first direct-thought tweet’ was made wirelessly by brain of O’Keefe. After ALS provoked progressive paralysis, O’Keefe got a brain computer interface, which is called ‘Stentrode’, presented in 2020. The implant has been “planned to enable patients to wirelessly control progressed devices through thought.” It has been inserted through jugular vein to do whatever it takes not to drill into the skull.
“As of now, I basically consider where on the computer I want to click, and I can email, bank, shop, and as of now message the world through Twitter,” the association refered to O’Keefe as saying – or suspecting.