The world’s first biochip for the brain, which eliminates depression, was created by the company Inner Cosmos. Currently, the “digital pill” is already undergoing a test test on a patient from St. Louis (Missouri).
The Inner Cosmos electronic biochip has two components. The first of these is an electrode implanted under the scalp. The second, mounted on the user’s hair, is a capsule to power the gadget.
A depressed area of the brain receives tiny electrical impulses every day. The session lasts for 15 minutes.
First Inner Cosmos Biochip Testing will last a year. Second testing in public will begin in a month, the company said.
Earlier, we reported that the demand for TSMC microchips continues to fall. The main customers, including such leading market players as Intel, AMD, Nvidia and MediaTek, are reducing the volume of purchases.