Neurocognitive and motor-control challenges for the realization of bionic augmentation

Neurocognitive and motor-control challenges for the realization of bionic augmentation

Neurocognitive and motor-control challenges for the realization of bionic augmentation

Bionic limbs were science fiction a few decades ago. Today, individuals with motor disabilities can use brain–machine interfaces to control bionic …

Neurocognitive and motor-control challenges for the realization of bionic augmentation


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