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Brain-Computer Interfaces


Brain-machine interfaces are getting better and better – and Neuralink’s new brain implant pushes the pace

BMIs could be truly transformative as they help more people overcome limitations caused by injury or disease in the brain and body.

New ‘PEDOT’ Polymer May Allow Human Brain to Merge With AI, Cure and Detect Diseases, Scientists Say

According to the research, PEDOT film combined with antibodies can detect tumour growths in the body.

Artificial intelligence will be here soon

Over the last few years I have gone from an AGI skeptic to being significantly worried about how soon it will likely come to exist.

Decoding Your Brain: The Search for Stability at the Brain-Computer Interface

The new algorithm outperforms the current standard and can function continuously over days without needing recalibration.

A brain-computer interface restores a paralyzed man’s vital senses

Ian Burkhart, who severed his spinal cord in a swimming accident in 2010 is now able to move and feel via a BCI.

Brain-machine interfaces may be used to study and regulate mood

Electrical stimulation could be used to restore emotional function in patients with treatment-resistant neuropsychiatric disorders.

Will Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) make us Telepathic?

The biggest use of this technology would be in the medical field, where neural interfaces will treat diseases like Alzheimer’s.

Linking brains to computers: how new implants are helping us achieve this goal

It is important that we continue to push the boundaries of modern science to give medical professionals the best possible tools to do their jobs.

Brain-Computer Interfaces: From Past to Future

In 1973, for the first time, the term “brain-computer interface” was used – a computer-based neuro interface.

This neural implant could radically improve the lives of disabled people

Doctors are preparing to test a brain-computer interface that can be implanted onto a human brain, no open surgery required.