According to a Wired News article, five quadriplegic patients might be months away from testing a brain-computer interface, BrainGate, created by Cyberkinetics. It would allow the patients to control electronic devices (e.g. computers and robots) with their thoughts. The first step toward Neal Stephenson’s mod shops.
January 14, 2004
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