Paralyzed woman gets robotic arm she controls with her mind
The baby-aspirin sized sensor implanted in Hutchinson's brain contains 96 hair-thin electrodes that record the sparking of neurons in the movement control center, the motor cortex. The first step in the learning process is for the computer to “see” … See all stories on this topic »
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