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Neuroprosthetics are devices that are implanted into the body to help restore or improve functionality in individuals who have lost the use of certain body parts or functions. The most common type of neuroprosthetic is the cochlear implant, which helps individuals with hearing loss to hear again. Other types of neuroprosthetics include devices that can help individuals with paralysis to walk, and devices that can provide artificial vision.

Some of the emerging trends in neuroprosthetics include the development of more sophisticated devices that can provide greater functionality and independence for users, the use of artificial intelligence to improve the performance of prosthetic devices, and the use of 3D printing to create customised devices.

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