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Implantable ‘stentrode’ to allow paralyzed patients to control an exoskeleton with their mind | KurzweilAI

Implantable ‘stentrode’ to allow paralyzed patients to control an exoskeleton with their mind | KurzweilAI

A DARPA-funded research team has created a novel new minimally invasive brain-machine interface and recording device that can be implanted into the brain through blood vessels, reducing the need for invasive surgery and the risks associated with breaching the blood-brain barrier when treating patients for physical disabilities and neurological disorders.

The new technology, developed by University of Melbourne medical researchers under DARPA’s…

Source: Implantable ‘stentrode’ to allow paralyzed patients to control an exoskeleton with their mind | KurzweilAI