The field of brain-machine interfaces has made great leaps in its understanding of the brain, how its codes and interprets information and how to use that knowledge to "connect" brains and machines.
In this article, David Schwarz, graduate student in the Nicolelis Lab at Duke, one of the world leaders in brain-machine interfaces, explains some recent advances in the field, what they mean and the road ahead.
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