In the United States, a paralyzed person first began to speak with the help of neurotechnologies

In the United States, a paralyzed man was able to communicate with others for the first time using technology that decodes electrical impulses generated by the brain. This is reported by The Washington Post.

Scientists from the University of California noted that this was made possible thanks to a computer that recognizes human brain impulses and displays sentences on the screen with an accuracy of about 75% and at a speed of more than 15 words per minute.

Now a paralyzed man can compose short sentences and communicate with people.

The head of the study, Edward Changa, believes that such a technology will be in demand by those who, for various reasons, have lost the ability to speak.

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