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a study from researchers at the University of Helsinki engineers a BCI capable of evaluating opinions and drawing conclusions based on the brain activity of groups of people alone. The team states their technique, dubbed 'brainsourcing', can be used to label images or recommend preferred content by reading brainwaves, something never before achieved.

Brain-computer-interface can read people’s opinions from brainwaves.

In the not so distant past being able to control one’s environment through thoughts alone was once imprisoned within the realm of science fiction. However, the advancement of technology has … Continue Reading Brain-computer-interface can read people’s opinions from brainwaves.

Artificial intelligence uses EEG data to reconstruct images based on what participants perceive.

Uncovering the dynamics of facial identity processing in the brain along with its representational basis and interpretation outlines an obvious application for those unable to communicate without the use of … Continue Reading Artificial intelligence uses EEG data to reconstruct images based on what participants perceive.

World’s first non-invasive brain-machine interface successfully controls neuroprosthesis in human trials.

A research team from the University of Houston have created an human-machine interface that allowed a man to grasp a bottle and other objects with a prosthetic hand, powered only … Continue Reading World’s first non-invasive brain-machine interface successfully controls neuroprosthesis in human trials.

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