Man With Brain Implant on Musk’s Neuralink: ‘I Would Play Video Games’

Nathan Copeland, a pioneering research subject, talks about his brain-computer interface and why he’s excited for Elon Musk’s

MIT Technology Review
Jul 19 · 7 min read
Nathan Copeland was one of the first people fitted with a brain implant after an accident left him paralyzed. Photo: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

By Antonio Regalado

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