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June 4, 2022

What if you could control digital devices using just the power of thought? That's the incredible promise behind the Stentrode - an implantable brain-computer interface that collects and wirelessly transmits information directly from the brain, without the need for open surgery. Neurotech entrepreneur Tom Oxley describes the intricacies of this breakthrough technology, which is currently enrolling participants in human trials, as well as how it could help restore dignity to those with disabilities - and transform the future of communication.

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