For the first time, researchers have successfully implanted an AI-powered double neural bypass to restore feeling and movement in an individual with quadriplegia.
In a medical milestone that could revolutionize the treatment of paralysis, researchers, engineers and surgeons at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research (NY, USA) have successfully implanted microchips into the brain of a man living with quadriplegia, enabling him to regain movement and sensations through a double neural bypass. This achievement offers new hope to the millions of people worldwide who suffer from movement impairment or paralysis.
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