A brain implant that can read thoughts and convert them into speech. This was developed by scientists from the University of California, who hope that the new technology will help people with speech disorders due to various diseases.
A new brain implant, developed by scientists from the University of California, could help people who have been disrupted by the disease or those who have become ill, for example, Parkinson’s disease, throat cancer, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The new technology could thus completely change the lives of people who need to rely on extremely slow communication methods due to different conditions of the disease. Speech synthesizers, such as those used by Stephen Hawking, are usually based on spelling words by letter, and for an average, an individual can pronounce eight words on average – for example, in a natural speech, a person speaks 100 to 150 words per minute.
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