World Science Scholars
1.1 First Telepathic Control

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Elvis Machuca
Can these brain machines also be used to recreate or create speech commands that allows the subject to make sense of their impulses to describe their feelings or experience? I am very interested in this subject for many reasons. For example, I am a Traumatic Brain Injury survivor. One experience I had the day I came back from the como-tose state, I was found only within the 2 weeks after the accident. At that moment I could say word, the moment I didn't know my name. If it were not for the nurse who got me to remember my name, I wouldn't had been able to speak. That's why I ask the question above, because these said brain machines could we be used in humans that lose their ability to speak, for them to be able to regain speech if implanted with the said brain machines that will allow to say what they are not able to say, while lacking the normal ability to speak.
Camera work was poor. The instructor had a screen where he was illustrating some of his points, but the video rarely showed it and even when it did, it was from a distance and couldn't be seen very well.

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