The Future of Brain-Computer Interfaces: Innovations and Challenges

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Santiago Duarte
1 min read

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The field of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) holds great promise in restoring function to patients with neuromuscular disorders. This technology allows brain signals to be translated into tangible actions, inspiring significant investment and growth projections. However, technical hurdles such as user training, fatigue, and surgical procedures remain. Anna Wexler emphasizes the importance of safe and ethical development, with the potential to impact millions of patients if approached correctly.

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