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someone who know how to set the gain of amplifier EEG circuits is the best
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Scientists stimulate mouse brains with wireless 'charger'
For reasons we'll soon explain, turning on a light inside a mouse's head can help scientists map brain function. It's easy to implant an LED in a mouse's
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Brain-controlled prostheses sample a few hundred neurons to estimate motor commands that involve millions of neurons. Sampling errors can reduce the precision and speed of thought-controlled keypads. A new technique can analyze this sample and make dozens of corrective adjustments in the blink of an eye to make thought-controlled cursors more precise.

Read more: http://ow.ly/QtPgA

Photo credit: Jonathan Kao, Shenoy Lab
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"”It has long been speculated whether humans may communicate with machines via brain activity alone,” says Tanja Schultz, who conducted the present study with her team at the Cognitive Systems Lab of KIT. ”As a major step in this direction, our recent results indicate that both single units in terms of speech sounds as well as continuously spoken sentences can be recognized from brain activity."
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) was founded by a merger of Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe and Universität Karlsruhe.
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I hate math ; in fact I have a sever math block . What's it going to take to interface to the degree that I can do math as easily as a savant counts match sticks on the floor ?
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BBC experiment lets you control iPlayer with your mind
Instead of grabbing the remote or poking at your smartphone, the BBC thinks the future of TV navigation could lie in mind control. For its latest experim
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Mannes Poel

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Brain Computer Interface Datasets. 

The BNCI Horizon 2020 database contains 22 Brain Computer Interface (BCI) datasets, including one dataset containing invasive recordings. These datasets can be used for scientific research in Machine Learning and BCI.
This website contains information about brain-computer interfaces.
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Dear Rodrigo, just checked the website (http://bnci-horizon-2020.eu/database/data-sets) and it is online (again).
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Paralyzed man drinks beer by controlling a robot arm with his mind
A paralyzed man named Erik Sorto has finally been able to drink beer on his own after 13 years, and it's all thanks to a robotic arm controlled solely by
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 The EU BNCI Horizon 2020 just released the final version of the roadmap for the field of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs); you can download the document at http://bnci-horizon-2020.eu/roadmap
This website contains information about brain-computer interfaces.
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Thought you all might want to get in on this. Hopefully this campaign will get off the ground and deliver a BCI with a decent developer API.
If you support only one BCI crowdfunding campaign this month, make it this one. Flexctrl brain is a stylish 32-channel brain-computer interface packed with the latest technology, waiting for ...
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A system that reads 26 year-old Adam Fritz's electrical brain signals and bypasses the spine to transmit those signals to his legs has enabled him to walk along a 12-foot long course, in spite of him being unable to walk for five years due to a spinal cord injury from a motorcycle accident.
A phenomenal brain-tech breakthrough offers real hope to those with paralysis.
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Can we create new senses for humans?
As humans, we can perceive less than a ten-trillionth of all light waves. “Our experience of reality,” says neuroscientist David Eagleman, “is constrained by our biology.” He wants to change that. His research into our brain processes has led him to create new interfaces — such as a sensory vest — to take in previously unseen information about the world around us.
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And emotion : and is it even necessary to give AI emotion ?
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In a pair of studies published on Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, the researchers report that rats and monkeys can coordinate their brains to carry out such tasks as moving a simulated arm or recognizing simple patterns. In many of the trials, the networked animals performed better than individuals.

Read more: http://ow.ly/PIlww

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LONDON — It's every lazy person's dream. Imagine you're relaxing after a long day at work, perhaps binge-watching your favourite series. Instead of reaching for the remote to switch the channel, you could just think about what you wanted to watch next — and boom, the TV station changes.
The BBC has unveiled an internal prototype of a 'Mind Control' TV that enables people to open a version of the iPlayer using just their minds.
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Yes, I'd like to have mine now please !
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Lourenço Castro
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Thync products use neurosignaling to induce shifts in energy and calm states. Access to the human mind opens new possibilities to feel your best and..
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very nice, but expensive for me
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Made a very important ( revolutionary and unpublished ) discovery - invention-the1.first practical device for reading human thoughts / human mind reading machine or Brain Computer Interface. This discovery is certainly ( exclusive ) exceptional, revolutionary nature! In particular, I have created a means for people with Locked - in Syndrome ( LiS ) and ALS ( such as British physicist Stephen Hawking problem ). But I have a bad situation now and I can not to publish my discovery ( I can't protect their copyright ) and I invite partnership. Thank you. Сурен Акопов. About the problem look for example in You Tube :
1.Jack Gallant, human mind reading machine;
2.John - Dylan Haynes, human mind reading machine;
3.Tom Mitchell and Marcel Just, human mind reading machine. 
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Registration is OPEN - Brain Matters! 5 Arizona

Cutting Edge Neurotechnologies
 - Clinical and Ethical Issues



Following upon successful ventures in Halifax, Montreal, Cleveland, and Vancouver, we are very pleased to announce that registration is open for Brain Matters 5 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Brain Matters is a broadly multidisciplinary conference and workshop with a diverse audience of clinicians and scholars and neuroscience, neurology, and neuroethics. The primary goal is to enable rich, productive, and collaborative exchanges to enhance understanding and improve practice. To this end, we will have no concurrent sessions – only topical plenary sessions with ample time for dialogue and networking.

Register: https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=1655135

More info: https://lincolncenter.asu.edu/events/brain-matters-5

Agenda: https://lincolncenter.asu.edu/sites/default/files/images/events/agenda_v1.pdf
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Attention #Developers! Muse #SDK for #Android Released!

We've just released a major update to the Muse SDK: a native Muse library for Android, LibMuse.

For all the details Click here! www.eepurl.com/bdaHwv 

Now you can connect directly to Muse via Bluetooth on your Android device and obtain raw EEG data, relative and absolute band powers, blinks, jaw clenches, and much more right in your custom application.

If you've been waiting to build an all-in-one Muse app on Android, or to integrate Muse with your existing Android app, now you can. 
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Okazolab

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New blog post explaining how new signal processing features work in EventIDE:… - Okazolab - Google+
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