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Feb 1, 2018

Lightweight Brain-Controlled Artificial Hand Being Developed

Scientists and engineers around the world are slowly but steadily improving brain-controlled artificial limbs hoping to make them more affordable to patients. Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – EPFL - say their lightweight artificial hand may someday help paraplegic patients be able to feed themselves. VOA’s George Putic explains.
by [email protected] (George Putic) via Silicon Valley & Technology - Voice of America

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