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Brain to Text Communication: Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen

Brain to Text Communication: Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen
Brain to Text Communication: Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen
Brain to Text Communication
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Since Stanford University has an advanced system that converts thoughts into text by translating brain behavior, brain to text communication is becoming a hot topic. A paralyzed man was able to create sentences quickly on a computer screen as a result of this research. By imagining himself handwriting letters on a sheet of paper, the guy was able to type with 95 percent accuracy.

Brain to Text Communication: Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen
Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen
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Two electrodes attached to a paralyzed 65-year-old man’s brain transformed his imaginary handwriting into a text written on a screen. He was able to generate 90 characters, or 15 words, per minute. According to the research team, this is faster as same as the average typing rate of people his age.

Brain to Text Communication: Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen

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