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A Chip is Developed to Transfer Music Directly to Our Brain

Music is a combination of sounds created by different sounds. While listening to music, it actually reaches many parts of our brain. It first passes through the auditory part and then it is transferred to the brain. Music has many beneficial effects on the human brain.

Have you ever thought that the music will be transferred directly to our brain with a chip? As Now You Tech, in this article, we will talk about transferring music directly to the brain with a chip.

According to the statement made by Elon Musk, they are working on a chip that they want to transfer listening to music better and directly to the human brain. Thanks to this chip, instead of listening to music, you will feel the music with the chip directly in your brain.

New developments will be shared in line with these studies carried out by Neuralink, one of the start-up companies established in 2016. The progress report, expected to be announced on 28 August, will be shared with the whole public.

First of all, its purpose is to help people with the diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder or problems such as depression and anxiety.

This chip will be able to transfer music directly to the brain. Elon Musk, on the other hand, gave a positive answer in a few statements on Twitter that music can be listened to with the chip.

Tests performed to transfer music directly to the brain with the chip have been successful. These tests were carried out carefully and specifically on monkeys and mice. In a statement he made, Elon Musk stated that these tests, which are expected to be made on humans, will begin within a year. Soon we will meet with chips that transfer music directly to the brain. In this way, we will be able to both help solve some discomfort and taste the pleasure of listening to music from a different angle. It will be very nice to realize this project due to the progress of technology. People who want to experience this different experience can volunteer in the chip placement.