An ALS patient set a record for communicating via a brain implant: 62 words per minute
A record for fast typing using only brain thoughts has been set by an ALS patient. The patient was able to type 62 words per minute using a brain-computer interface. This is a remarkable achievement that has the potential to revolutionize the way ALS patients communicate. The technology could eventually allow ALS patients to express their thoughts and feelings without having to rely on speech or writing. This breakthrough could greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with ALS and other neurological diseases. The research team plans to continue developing the technology in order to further increase the speed and accuracy of communication.