Bill Kochevar, 56, is using computer-brain interface technology and an electrical stimulation system to move his own arm after eight years of paralysis, in this undated handout. Photo: Handout

All you need to know about the brain-computer interface, the technique Elon Musk wants to use to merge man and machines

  • Around 150,000 people with Parkinson’s have benefited from deep-brain stimulation via electrodes that help them control the disease
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Bill Kochevar, 56, is using computer-brain interface technology and an electrical stimulation system to move his own arm after eight years of paralysis, in this undated handout. Photo: Handout
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