A prototype of our “STIMO” therapy, based on the stimulation of the lumbar spinal cord, restored walking to nine people that were wheelchair bound for years due to spinal cord injury. While these breakthroughs brought hope to people paralyzed by spinal cord injury, this prototype relies on unfit-for-purpose medical devices and experts that tune the therapy for weeks to make it effective. We recently developed “ARCIM” devices designed specifically for spinal stimulation that offer a wide range of personalization options. In addition, artificial intelligence techniques have the potential to substantially increase the effectiveness of our STIMO therapy. In this project, we will develop procedures that use artificial intelligence techniques to personalize and automatize STIMO therapy based on ARCIM devices. These procedures will remove the main obstacle towards widespread use of the STIMO therapy, which has the potential to drastically improve the lives of people paralyzed by spinal cord injury.