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  • Brazil kicks off with a mind-reading robosuit
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Brazil kicks off with a mind-reading robosuit

The first kick of the Brazil 2014 World Cup promises to be unlike any seen before. It’ll be taken by a paraplegic volunteer in a mind-controlled robotic exoskeleton, in the first public demonstration of technology that hopes to make wheelchairs a thing of the past.

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