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Brain-robot training triggers improvement in paralysis
BBC, Aug 2016
"In virtually every one of these patients, the brain had erased the notion of having legs. You're paralysed, you're not moving, the legs are not providing feedback signals.
"By using a brain-machine interface in a virtual environment, we were able to see this concept gradually re-emerging into the brain."
The team intended to use that re-awakened control to drive the robotic legs - but within 12 months they saw such improvement in basic clinical scores that four of the eight patients were upgraded to a diagnosis of only partial paraplegia.
"When I saw this, I couldn't believe it," said Prof Nicolelis.
[and don't forget]
'Brain wi-fi' reverses leg paralysis in primate first
BBC, Nov 2016
And then, let's also not forget that in the remote controlled monkey brain experiments, the wifi-controlled monkey across the world gets its remote signal faster via wifi than our own nervous system. In other words, it takes longer to go from your brain to your legs than it does to go from NY to Shanghai.