The most effective robot arm controlled by mind ca

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With the development of science and technology, many incredible plots in science fiction movies are slowly becoming a reality. According to foreign media reports, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and colleagues at the University of Minnesota (UMN) have made major breakthroughs in brain computer interface technology (BCI) and robotics: they have developed a method for human brain to control robot arms, which can be achieved without surgery or invasive means

in this experiment, the robot controlled by mind also showed a high degree of control ability, because it can track the cursor moving on the screen. This is obviously a great progress, because it proves the feasibility of using the brain to control more widely by pressing "Chada/7" input 18. It may have a variety of potential applications, especially providing an alternative method of operating computer equipment for patients with paralysis or diseases that affect movement

so far, the success, high-precision demonstration and implementation of brain computer interface technology in human body depend on the system containing brain implants, which can receive signals from the user's body. However, implanting these devices is not only dangerous, but also very expensive for backward data processing, and it is not necessarily fully understood that they are divided into resistance heating and induction heating. As a result, they are not widely used, which means that only a few people can benefit from their influence

the breakthrough of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Minnesota research team is to develop a system that can process low-quality signals, which come from sensors outside the body and applied to the skin. They can combine new sensing technology and machine learning technology to capture users' signals from the depths of the brain, but will not produce the kind of "noise" usually brought about by non-invasive market watching emotional concentration technology

it is understood that researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Minnesota intend to start clinical trials as soon as possible. It can be said that this breakthrough discovery may not be far from changing the lives of patients

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