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A monkey moved a robot arm by means of electrodes implanted in its brain. In a preliminary discussion of the research, the director of the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency was optimistic that the technology could eventually be used on people: “Imagine a warrior with the intellect of a human and the immortality of a machine—controlled by our thoughts.”

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A monkey moved a robot arm by means of electrodes implanted in its brain. In a preliminary discussion of the research, the director of the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency was optimistic that the technology could eventually be used on people: “Imagine a warrior with the intellect of a human and the immortality of a machine—controlled by our thoughts.”

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