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World’s first home mind-reading device lets paralysed woman communicate through thinking
 

World’s first home mind-reading device lets paralysed woman communicate through thinking

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With the new brain-computer interface system, life is no longer a solitary existence for a 58-year-old with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) as she can now communicate wirelessly at home or outdoors.
 
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13 Dec 2016 - General
 
Another giant leap in medicine. MInd reading can open doors to endless possibilities. In one way it can help patients who cannot communicate to express themselves. On the other hand, these devices can be useful in the future to remotely control devic...
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The life of patients suffering from paralysis can be difficult and I am happy that discoveries like that mentioned in this article help the patients to lead an easy life as well as help them perform the basic functions. The life of paralysed patients...
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