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November 2012

Prof. Shenoy BBC Interview on Thought Control Cursors Research

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A number of researchers in recent years have been investigating how they might help people who have been paralyzed to be able to interact with computers merely through their minds. This kind of thought-control relies on neural prosthetics – where someone with paralysis, might be able to control a computer or artificial limb for instance just by thinking about making movements. For the latest news in this exciting discipline, Gareth Mitchell is joined by Professor Krishna Shenoy of Stanford University in California.


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