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This implant allowed a man to type by imagining himself writing

Mind control is very real — and faster than ever.

A new brain-computer interface could allow people with physical impairments to type on a computer using just their thoughts.
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Neural implants have long been a thing of science fiction, but maybe not for much longer. Putting aside Elon Musk teaching monkeys to play video games, getting potential use cases to actually meet the current possibilities implants afford has been difficult.

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One use academics have investigated is helping people with impaired motor function regain some basic skills, like typing, by translating their thoughts into computer commands.

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