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Scientists Create ‘Bionic Eye’ Brain Implant That Allows Blind People To See–Beating Elon Musk’ – Tech Times

Remember Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain chip? After its successful launch with the pigs, another group of scientists may have discovered another brain implant that could possibly beat Musk’s company. Compared to the billionaire, their new device could make blind people see.
Here’s a new way to heal the blind 
Visual impairment is one of the diseases that, once not cured immediately, can turn to total blindness. The report said 20% chances that any therapy or medicine could not treat visual impair…

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