Technology that decodes brainwaves may aid people who are paralyzed

Researchers say they have developed a method for turning brain signals into speech, a breakthrough that could enable people who are paralyzed to communicate. The device could be ready for use with patients in a few years, according to researchers at the University of Utah.

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