Also Brown University and Intel also want to develop an AI brain-machine interface too
A neuroprosthetic robotic suit controlled by brain signals has allowed a paralysed man walk again for the first time, according to new research published in The Lancet Neurology.
The 28-year-old patient has tetraplegia resulting from a spinal cord injury that stops the nervous system from moving all four limbs.
Doctors and physicians from Clinatec, a biomedical research lab at the University of Grenoble, France, built an exoskeleton device for the man to wear.
He also had to implant 128 electrodes covering the left and right side of the upper sensorimotor region in his brain.
These monitored and recorded electrical signals as he performed various exercises, and were passed to an algorithm to decode.