Brain-computer interfacing: Communication activity in the brain goes with changes in electrical activity (voltage differences) and oxygen flow. These changes can be measured and located: that makes it possible to translate them to appropriate commands to devices, robots or avatars, or to control a cursor on a laptop screen. In the medical domain, brain-computer interfacing applications develop well, offering new opportunities for example for disabled persons. Nowadays, their coupling with digital technologies and in particular artificial intelligence software may offer a renewal in the arena.
|Publication status||Published - 20 Mar 2018|
- Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI)