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 Neuroprosthetics, developing at high speed, not available for use

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Date posted: 12/11/2003

Anyone who's ever watched the Matrix knows what a neuroprosthetic is - those devices that attach to the backs of the character's heads are plugging straight into them. Ironically enough, neuroprosthetics are nothing new, in fact they've been around for fifty years, but the medical industry's overregulation on new products has slowed the practical application of these products to a mere crawl.

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