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Merely think about moving a cursor on a screen, or a robotic arm, and it obeys. Once relegated to the world of science fiction, this is now reality.

Top faculty in collaboration from Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh are leading the way in developing neural prosthetics for the injured or paralyzed.

In simple terms, this means using sensors to read out signals from the brain, then computationally translating these signals to control a device, like a prosthetic limb.

Read more at cmu.edu…