UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA TECHNOLOGY ALLOWS AMPUTEES TO CONTROL A ROBOTIC ARM WITH THEIR MIND

University of Minnesota technology allows amputees to control a robotic arm with their mind. Researchers developed a small, implantable device that attaches to the peripheral nerve in a person’s arm. When combined with an artificial intelligence computer and robotic arm, the device can read and interpret brain signals. The technology has potential applications that go beyond medicine beyond medicine and beyond medicine.
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