How Neurotechnology Could Help Treat Dyslexia | Health | WIRED
As director at the Wyss Center, Donoghue works in the field of neurotechnology – brain computer interfaces. While it sounds like the stuff of sci-fi, it’s not as distant a prospect as the idea might suggest. Cochlear implants, helping the deaf hear again, are a relatively common example, but Donoghue’s work goes a lot further.
John Donoghue wants to fix your brain.
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How neurotechnology could help treat dyslexia | Health | WIRED
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