Engineers and clinicians have cooperated to produce and test new classes of bioelectronics that have altered motor impairment that occurs after stroke. The rationale that increased intensity of training alters outcome derives from past clinical and preclinical work. 430 more words
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[ARTICLE] Does training with traditionally presented and virtually simulated tasks elicit differing changes in object interaction kinematics in persons with upper extremity hemiparesis?
Objective: To contrast changes in clinical and kinematic measures of upper extremity movement in response to virtually simulated and traditionally presented rehabilitation interventions in persons with upper extremity hemiparesis due to chronic stroke. 250 more words
A few years ago, a team of engineers at Samsung started working on a project to detect strokes by analysing brain waves.
Considered pretty much impossible at the time, they now built a real prototype called the EDSAP for Early Detection Sensor & Algorithm Package. 277 more words
If it is ever achieved – and the current consensus is that it will be – the creation of a fully-fledged artificial intelligence could be the most major milestone in the history of humanity. 1,127 more words
I am fascinated about brain-computer interfaces and all the research around using computers to try to recreate some brain functionalities.
In the United States, a team at the Brown University and BlackRock Microsystems have been working on a new interface that would work wirelessly and created a device that could fit in the palm of your hand… 41 more words