Brain-Machine Interfaces Could Give Us All Superpowers

One rainy day, Bill was journeying his bicycle when the mail truck in front of him suddenly stopped. Bill didn’t. The accident left him paralyzed from the chest down. His autonomy, or what’s left of it, comes from voice powers that let him lower and lift the blinds in his room or adjust the angle of his motorized bed. For all else, he relies on round-the-clock care.

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