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Technology has allowed society to evolve into something very different over the past few decades. One great example is the impact brain implants can have, especially in terms of paralysis and immobility.

There are many ways in which technology can make life easier for the average person.

Brain Implant Technology is Evolving Rapidly

However, when one is threatened with paralysis and immobility, that story becomes very different.

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That is no longer the case, thanks to a brain implant and signal decoder.

For Ian Burkhart, it has changed his life for the better.

Despite being paralyzed for the most part – including having no feeling in his hands – he can now hold on to items with a bit of effort.

Thanks to developments in biotech, a brain implant was developed that connects to a brain-computer interface.

Through this implant-computer combo, it is possible to reanimate paralyzed muscles.

Moreover, it introduces a sense of touch, which is something that hasn’t been done before in a successful manner.

For Ian, it allows him to swipe a payment card and even play Guitar Hero.

While an intriguing development, it goes to show that there is still room for future improvements.


That being said, this biotech brain implant is quite life changing, and it can certainly benefit others in a similar situation.

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