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Despite decades of research, muscle-based control of assistive devices (myocontrol) is still unreliable; for instance upper-limb prostheses, each year more and more dexterous and human-like, still provide hardly enough functionality to justify their cost and the effort required to use them. In order to try and close this gap, we propose to shift the goal of myocontrol from guessing intended movements to creating new circular reactions in the constructivist sense defined by Piaget. To this aim,doi:10.3389/fnbot.2021.675657 pmid:34177510 pmcid:PMC8221426 fatcat:q3ozzvgrnbhz7bs46g5ozrfgca