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A first in the world of science: Brain waves of a paralyzed man who cannot speak, transformed into sentences

On the other hand, in recent years, research with mind-controlled prosthetics has allowed paralyzed people to shake hands or have a drink using a robotic arm. These studies took place after paralyzed people dreamed of moving, then brain signals were transmitted to artificial limbs via a computer.

Chang’s team set up this work to develop a “speech neuroprosthesis.” Neuroprosthesis, the brain waves that normally control the vocal tract; A device that decodes the small muscle movements that make up each consonant and vowel of the lips, jaw, tongue, and larynx.

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