Brain-computer interfaces: where human and machine meet

@article{Ortiz2007BraincomputerIW,
  title={Brain-computer interfaces: where human and machine meet},
  author={Sixto Ortiz},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2007},
  volume={40}
}
For a long time, researchers have been working on a marriage of human and machine that sounds like something out of science fiction: a brain-computer interface. BCIs read electrical signals or other manifestations of brain activity and translate them into a digital form that computers can understand, process, and convert into actions of some kind, such as moving a cursor or turning on a TV. Several academic and corporate researchers are now working to commercialize the technology, while other… CONTINUE READING

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