Link: The transformative potential of computerised brain implants

These brain-computer interfaces can bypass neural impediments that prevent people who are severely disabled by accident or disease from moving their limbs — and enable those who cannot speak or operate a keyboard to communicate. Within a few years BCIs could develop into a market worth several billion dollars a year treating patients with severe motor impairment through injury or disease, according to Michael Mager, chief executive of Precision Neuroscience, a medical BCI company in the US. #


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