Monkey brain controls robot

Scientists have used brain signals from a monkey to control a robotic arm, both locally and across the Web. The ability of the brain, both human and simian, to adapt to control mechanical devices with only thought promises meaningful advances in a range of areas, such as help for quadriplegics and video game interface devices.


For more information, read news.bbc.co.uk, techtv.com and beyond2000.com.

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