Why didn’t they use Morse code?
It’s much more efficient. Dr. Shekim: I don’t know. There are actually different scanning systems that are even more efficient that were used in the U.S. in the 1970s. She organized the alphabet and frequency of occurrence, which is good, but she still used a serial scanning system where she had to go the whole alphabet. One could organize in what’s called DRO column scanning and put everything in the upper left quadrant that is most frequent and it would cut the time. But that is what they used. And so the question is, again, access around the world, access of knowledge around the world, access maybe within France. He was in a rural hospital up north. I don’t know. It is a drama. It’s a film. Yes, the research that we support now, in terms of advances—I mean now with technology, there are great opportunities. There’s a field that’s called brain-computer interface in assistive technology. NIDCD as well as other institutes at the NIH support a research portfolio in that area where peopl