Nature reports that by simply recording the brain’s electrical signals from electrodes on the scalp, researchers have enabled trained participants to reliably control computer equipment, a feat normally associated with physical implants in the brain. This is part of the growing science of neuroprosthetics, that aims to create technology that directly interfaces with the brain. […]
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