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Brain can integrate natural and artificial vision

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The new research finds brain can integrate natural and artificial vision and could lead to a treatment for one of the world’s most common form of blindness. Scientists from Stanford University and Bar-Ilan University have found that the brains of people with artificial retina implants may combine the two kinds of information from the implant and the retina. It will help to improve the restoration of sight in blind patients. New study finds that the visual cortex is able to combine the artificial and natural signals.

Brain can integrate natural and artificial vision for blindness treatment.

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