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Using a mind-guided robotic arm
Elizabeth Cunningham Perkins
Scientists and engineers are working to meld mind and machine, combining the most humanlike bionic arm with cutting edge computer chip technology in a brain-machine interface to help quadriplegics and amputees, according to recent news stories.
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