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VIDEO: US medical startup announces plan to conduct first AI-powered head transplant


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In a groundbreaking announcement, Neuroscience and biomedical engineering startup, BrainBridge has claimed to have developed the world’s first artificial intelligence (AI) head transplant system.

According to the US-based startup, the pioneering technology is designed to perform head transplants with unprecedented precision, using advanced robotics and real-time molecular-level imaging.

The procedure would graft a head onto the body of a brain-dead donor, maintaining the memories, cognitive abilities and consciousness of the transplanted individual.

The company said the prototype could be ready to perform the groundbreaking medical operation in the next eight years.

The researchers according to New York Post, believe the innovative surgery would help patients with untreatable conditions like paralysis and certain cancers, as well as neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Mr Hashem Al-Ghaili, the scientist behind the project, said that the research has been evaluated by experts across multiple related fields.

“The goal of our technology is to push the boundaries of what is possible in medical science and provide innovative solutions for those battling life-threatening conditions,” Al-Ghaili told SWNS.

“Our technology promises to open doors to lifesaving treatments that were unimaginable just a few years ago,” he added.

BrainBridge plans to utilize surgical robots and artificial intelligence to reconstruct facial feature for full facial muscle use.

“The process employs advanced high-speed robotic systems to prevent brain cell degradation and ensure seamless compatibility, BrainBridge said in a statement.

“The entire procedure is guided by real-time molecular-level imaging and AI algorithms to facilitate precise reconnection of the spinal cord, nerves, and blood vessels.”

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