A mind-operated computer may one day help people with spinal cord injuries communicate. It may sound like science fiction, but such a device already exists. It’s in its infancy, but early tests suggest that it could be the wave of the future. The brain-computer interface was recently tested by researchers including Jonathan Wolpaw, MD, of New York State’s Department of Health. They recruited four participants, two of whom had spinal cord injuries.
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