News from the future: The first successful implantation of artificial eyes is a revolution in medicine

News from the future: The first successful implantation of artificial eyes is a revolution in medicine

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April 18, 2038. Today, an event occurred in the history of medicine that will change the lives of millions of people around the world. The first successful implantation of artificial eyes was performed at Hopkins University Hospital in Baltimore. The patient was 45-year-old Maria Rodriguez, who lost her sight more than ten years ago due to a rare genetic disease.

The operation, which lasted more than 12 hours, was carried out under the direction of Dr. Julian Carter, one of the leading experts in the field of bioengineering. Artificial eyes, created on the basis of the latest nanotechnology and integrated with the neural network of the brain, allowed Maria not only to restore her vision, but also to improve it to a superhuman level. She is now able to see in the dark and detect ultraviolet light.

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 Laboratory for creating artificial eyes

Dr Carter commented: “This operation is a huge step forward in medicine. We have used the latest advances in neural interfaces and biomaterials to create an implant that is fully compatible with the human body. We hope to be able to help thousands of people regain their sight in the coming years.”

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Elon Musk, the founder of Neuralink, which took part in the development of the technology, also commented on the situation: “This is just the beginning. In the future, we will be able to integrate even more complex systems that will improve all aspects of human perception.”

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Meanwhile, experts warn of the need for strict control and monitoring of the use of such technologies to avoid possible ethical and social problems. However, there is no doubt that this event was an important turning point in the history of medicine and science.

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