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Brain implants let paralyzed man write on a screen using thoughts alone


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A team of scientists worked with a 65-year-old man paralyzed from the neck down, using sensors implanted in his brain to detect neural activity linked to writing by hand. As the volunteer imagined writing letters, that activity was fed to an algorithm that translated it, in real time, to text displayed on a screen.

 

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I did a mortgage for a guy who kept ranting about nanotech. He was a neurologist. It was a bit extreme to hear it all at the time, was about 10 years ago, but we already have seen so much already.

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