brain-computer interface

Brain-computer interfaces “read” the electrical brain activity of a patient, translate it into technical control signals for devices and machines and stimulate someone’s muscles. We cover the application of thought-controlled neuroprosthetics and various other innovations for patients with paraplegia, stroke or locked-in syndrome.

'Deepfaking the mind' to improve brain-computer interfaces

'Deepfaking the mind' to improve brain-computer interfaces

Researchers are using generative adversarial networks to improve brain-computer interfaces for people with disabilities.

A 3D multifunctional neural interface

A 3D multifunctional neural interface

Novel design of brain chip implant allows for measuring neuronal activity while simultaneously delivering drugs to the implant site.

Quantum sensors for next-gen brain-computer interfaces

Quantum sensors for next-gen brain-computer interfaces

Recently, Professor Surjo R. Soekadar outlined current and upcoming applications of brain-computer interfaces.

Making imagined speech audible

Making imagined speech audible

With a speech neuroprosthetic, imagined speech can be made acoustically audible.

BCI decodes movement from brain signals

BCI decodes movement from brain signals

The intention of a continuous movement was able to be read out from non-invasive brain signals.

The next generation of brain-computer interfaces

The next generation of brain-computer interfaces

Future brain-computer interface systems employ a network of independent, wireless microscale neural sensors to record and stimulate brain activity.

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