Natural brain-information interfaces: Recommending information by relevance inferred from human brain signals

@inproceedings{Eugster2016NaturalBI,
  title={Natural brain-information interfaces: Recommending information by relevance inferred from human brain signals},
  author={Manuel J. A. Eugster and Tuukka Ruotsalo and Michiel M. A. Spap{\'e} and Oswald Barral and Niklas Ravaja and Giulio Jacucci and Samuel Kaski},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Finding relevant information from large document collections such as the World Wide Web is a common task in our daily lives. Estimation of a user's interest or search intention is necessary to recommend and retrieve relevant information from these collections. We introduce a brain-information interface used for recommending information by relevance inferred directly from brain signals. In experiments, participants were asked to read Wikipedia documents about a selection of topics while their… CONTINUE READING

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