(by Emily Mangiaracina | LifeSite News) – The first American to be implanted with a brain-computer interface (BCI), which is designed to enable computer commands using only the mind. BCI is a pillar of transhumanism.
A patient suffering from the deadly neurodegenerative disease ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), who can no longer move or speak, is now testing the ability of a BCI called Stentrode to translate his thoughts into commands by which he can communicate and surf the web a computer
The American patient is the fifth person in the world to be implanted with a BCI, likened to “brain bluetooth,” as part of Synchron’s COMMAND trial for the device, after the U.S. Administration The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted its first investigational device exemption (IDE) for a permanent BCI implant. Read the full article >