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3.1 First Brainets
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Elvis Machuca
while these studies show progress in how to achieve brainets coordination, it would be intriguing to find whether the findings of such brain activity patterns can be collective use to create coordination in a monkey or human whom motor skills have been severed. Like paraplegics who need to teach their spine to assimilate coordination. Could it be possible to extract the senses out of these equations, so that said program be imbedded onto a being that requires such motor skills. For example, if I lose the ability to move my right leg to conform the ability to fully stand up right, and walk normally. What can a designated program built for the being could do? Could it help that being achieve the motor skills necessary for him/her to learn how to walk again, by allowing the program to teach the brain of the being in how to achieve such goals.
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