Performance sustaining intracortical neural prostheses.

  title={Performance sustaining intracortical neural prostheses.},
  author={Paul Nuyujukian and Jonathan C. Kao and Joline M. Fan and Sergey D. Stavisky and Stephen I. Ryu and Krishna V. Shenoy},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  volume={11 6},
OBJECTIVE Neural prostheses, or brain-machine interfaces, aim to restore efficient communication and movement ability to those suffering from paralysis. A major challenge these systems face is robust performance, particularly with aging signal sources. The aim in this study was to develop a neural prosthesis that could sustain high performance in spite of signal instability while still minimizing retraining time. APPROACH We trained two rhesus macaques implanted with intracortical… CONTINUE READING
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