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Mind-controlled robotic arm that can wiggle its fingers without training created by John Hopkins University – Daily Mail

Monday, 22 February, 2016

Mind-controlled robotic arm that can wiggle its fingers without training created by John Hopkins University – Daily Mail

For the first time, a man has operated the individual fingers on a robotic arm using his mind without the need for any extensive training. The prosthetic was created by engineers and was tested on a man who was already in the hospital to undergo brain ...

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Source:Mind-controlled robotic arm that can wiggle its fingers without training created by John Hopkins University - Daily Mail

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