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Our neurodata can reveal our most private selves. As brain implants become common, how will it be protected?

By Christina Maher, Researcher, University of Sydney
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“Hello world!”

On December 2021, these were the first words tweeted by a paralysed man using only his thoughts and a brain-computer interface (BCI) implanted by the company Synchron.

For millions living with paralysis, epilepsy and neuromuscular conditions, BCIs offer restored movement and, more recently, thought-to-text capabilities.

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