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The Wired Brain



Ramez Naam

TV2003

Posted: Jun 23, 2003


Naam speaking at the Transvision conference at Yale University, June 28, 2003.
Researchers in the burgeoning field of neural prosthetics have now used electrodes implanted in the brain to restore sight to blind man, given quadriplegics the ability to control a computer simply by thinking, and more.


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