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UA Studies Using AI to Restore Movement to Paralyzed Limbs

A University of Arizona physiology and neuroscience researcher has received a $1.2 Million grant to use artificial intelligence to restore movement to paralyzed limbs.

Professor Andrew Fuglevand of the medical college in Tucson will use the National Institutes of Health funding to study electrical stimulation of muscles restore limb movements in paralyzed people.

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According to the university, Fuglevand hopes to restore voluntary movement to a person’s limbs rather than relying on external mechanical or robotic devices.

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