Brain-Computer Startup Aims to Treat Depression Without Opening a Skull

Brain-Computer Startup Aims to Treat Depression Without Opening a Skull


Publication Title
Bloomberg
Publication/Creation Date
March 30 2022
Creators/Contributors
Sarah McBride (creator)
Meron Gribetz (contributor)
Inner Cosmos Inc. (contributor)
Meta Company (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
"Inner Cosmos calls its system a digital pill. The idea is that tiny pulses of electricity will normalize the connections among neurons and improve people’s moods. The implant, the size of two stacked pennies, will at first interact with the brain’s cognitive control network and perhaps more parts in the future. Once a day for about 15 minutes, the patient activates the system by placing a second device, a magnetic power pod, on top of the area with the implant. Then the implant sends pulses into the brain as the system measures neuronal activity emitting from the brain in order to gauge the correct amount of stimulation."

Meron Gribetz, co-founder of Inner Cosmos, also founded former augmented reality start-up Meta Company.
HCI Platform
Implantables
Relation to Body
In
Related Body Part
Brain
Source
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-03-30/inner-cosmos-makes-bci-to-rival-neuralink-elon-musk

Date archived
November 2 2022
Last edited
November 2 2022
How to cite this entry
Sarah McBride. (March 30 2022). "Brain-Computer Startup Aims to Treat Depression Without Opening a Skull". Bloomberg. Bloomberg L.P.. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/5878