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A new brain implant can restore the sense of touch to patients with paralysis or prosthesis.
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As drones are getting more commonplace, has the law caught up?
We've all heard about driverless cars but what about driverless ships?
New techology in prosphetics has led to a robotic fingertip that actually feels.
A new material which could be used to make blushing robots and 3D phone displays has been developed.
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Blueprints for 3D printed plastic guns may be released online - are these a threat to security?
The first brain implant which doesn't need surgery to be removed has been developed.
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How can technology enhance creativity and performance? By
making every movement a command.
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A tiny wireless brain implant powered by radio waves that
uses light to control nerve cells has been developed by...
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