A Promising Future For People With Disabilities

One of the things that really fires me up about technology is how much it can transform the lives of people with disabilities. We are heading towards a diseaseless world for us all but where we first can see a glimpse of what yet to come is in the inventions for people that until now in many ways have been disconnected from society. I can't wait for these inventions to become affordable enough to reach the masses.
Researches, scientists, neuroscientists and programmers are doing incredible work thanks to neural networks, machine learning, robotics, nanotech, biotech, stem cells etc for instance now the blind can see  (read more here and here, ", the deaf can "hear"(read more here and here), the paralyzed can walk(read more here,  here,  here, and here  and the completely paralyzed can communicate.
Noisolation a norwegian startup, helps sick kids in hospitals, or home,  keep up with school and stay connected to their classmates and friends.

Brain Implants makes walking possible

I believe that if we crack the code with Neural Networks and Quantum Physics nothing is impossible. If you set your mind into long term thinking mode, what comes to mind?

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