Yes. Humans have had robotic prosthetics already. We are just now learning to map nerve impulses to drive themj using non-invasive techniques. That technology will likely be a few years away before it’s proven and approved. In the meantime, their are robotic prosthetics available. Check out Prosthetic Robotics and this article in EnGadget about robotic prosthetics.
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