World first: Robot controlled by human brain


Lerato Khumalo

This innovative project, which took place in China, was made with the combination of brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.

In the project, human brain cells produced in the laboratory were grown on a specially designed chip and these cells were trained to control the movements of the robot.

Dr. John Smith, the leader of the research team, said that this technology could revolutionize not only the field of robotics, but also the treatment of neurological disorders.

“We aim to use this technology to help paralyzed patients regain mobility,” Smith said.

The project has created a huge stir in the medical and technological world. Experts say that this technology could usher in a new era of human-machine interaction in the future and further expand the boundaries of the human brain.

This development once again demonstrates the extraordinary capacity of the human brain and what it can achieve when combined with technology. It is eagerly awaited how this technology will evolve in the coming years and what new applications it will open up.