Over 300,000 US military men and women have sustained traumatic brain injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan. The United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) reveals new technology for a brain implant, the goal of which is to restore a wounded soldier's memory.
An implantable neural interface can detect and record brain signals, allowing persons who have lost the use of arms and legs to have point-and-click control of a computer.
The neuroprosthetic device directly interfaces with the hippocampus, enabling the restoration declarative memories - recollections of people, events, facts and figures.
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