Paradromics’ neural interface technology allows for data to be streamed between brains and computers.
Paradromics is developing a brain-machine interface (BMI) technology that is designed to allow patients with severe connectivity disorders such as blindness, deafness, and paralysis to reconnect with the outside world using advanced prosthetic devices. One of the initial applications of this potentially life-changing technology will be to enable locked-in patients who are unable to fluently communicate, to speak again in real time via the aid of a computer. Founded by a team of neuroscientists and engineers, Paradromics has received backing from both the NIH and DARPA.
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