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Brain-computer link achieved; a pivotal verdict on Gaza
Neuralink achieves human-brain computer interaction; the ICJ weighs in on Israel's actions in Gaza
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Today ChatGPT read 1334 top news stories. After removing previously covered events, there are 2 articles with a significance score over 7.
[7.0] Neuralink implants computer in human brain for thought interaction — The Independent
Elon Musk's Neuralink has successfully implanted a computer in a human's brain, allowing interaction with a computer using thoughts. The first human trial was announced by Musk on X, with promising initial results. Neuralink, formed in 2016, aims to create a brain-computer interface. The company has been secretive about its work but has revealed successful tests, including a monkey playing Pong using the system.
[7.0] The International Court of Justice finds Israel may be committing genocide in Gaza — The Guardian
The International Court of Justice has ruled that Israel must prevent genocide in Gaza, where 25,000 Palestinians have died since October 7. The US, a key Israeli ally, faces pressure to comply with the ruling and reconsider its support for Israel's actions.
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