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A person with ALS uses a brain implant to control a computer cursor, enabling them to enter text using the Dasher interface. Here’s the article about the tech this ALS patient is using: http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/biomedical/bionics/neural-implant-enables-paralyzed-als-patient-to-type-6-words-per-minute
Using an electroencephalogram (EEG) based system, the ability to walk has been restored following a spinal cord injury. The preliminary proof-of-concept study shows that it is possible to use direct brain control to get a person’s legs to walk again. The participant, who had been paralyzed for five years, walked along a 3.66m long course […]
Neuroengineer Rajesh Rao of the University of Washington is developing brain-computer interfaces, devices that can monitor and extract brain activity to enable a machine or computer to accomplish tasks, from playing video games to controlling a prosthetic arm. “Mysteries of the Brain” is produced by NBC Learn in partnership with the NSF.
Jones Seminars on Science, Technology, and Society. “Brain Machine Interfaces: The Need for Better Science.” Eric Trautmann ’07 Th’08 ’09, Ph.D. Candidate, Stanford University Friday, September 19, 2014.