John Kalaska

Professor of Neuroscience, University of Montreal

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Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Montreal

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Two monkeys have learned to adopt artificial arms as their own, controlling them only with brain activity.

Monkeying Around with Prosthetic Arms

Two monkeys have learned to adopt artificial arms as their own, controlling them only with brain activity.

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