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Scientists Create Speech Neuroprosthesis, Helping Paralyzed People Communicate

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New England Journal of Medicine.Dr. Chang, the Joan and Sanford Weill Chair of Neurological Surgery at UCSF, Jeanne Robertson Distinguished Professor, and senior author on the study said this: ADVERTISEMENTStrokes, neurodegenerative diseases, and accidents cause anarthria – the loss of ability to speak – in thousands of people annually.

However, researchers believe their technology could help these people communicate more naturally and efficiently in the future.

ADVERTISEMENTDr. Chang noted that spelling-based approaches using typing, writing, and controlling a cursor are considerably slower and more laborious.

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