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Brain Computer Interface Market to Reach US$1.23 bn by 2024

The increasing technological adoption of wearable medical devices is expected to positively support the market for Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology. The demand for BCI devices is expected to increase primarily in the health care and gaming and entertainment industries. 216 more words

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Researchers use machine learning to pull interest signals from readers brain waves

How will people sift and navigate info intelligently in the future, when theres even more data being pushed at them? Information overload is a problemwe struggle with now, so the need for better ways to filter and triagedigital contentis only going to stepup as the MBs save piling up. 1,111 more words

Humans can now move complex robot arms just by thinking

Most robotic arm systems required a very complex and very invasive brain implant… until now. Researchers at the University of Minnesota have created a new system that requires only a sexy helmet and a bit of thinking, paving the way to truly mind-controlled robotic tools. 250 more words

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Researchers use machine learning to pull interest signals from readers' brain waves

How will people sift and navigate information intelligently in the future, when there’s even more data being pushed at them? Information overload is a problem we struggle with now, so the need for better ways to filter and triage digital content is only going to step up as the MBs keep piling up. 1,161 more words

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'Brain wi-fi' shown to be able to reverse leg paralysis in a primate.

By James Gallagher

An implant that beams instructions out of the brain has been used to restore movement in paralysed primates for the first time, say scientists. 629 more words

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US military enhancing human skills with electrical brain stimulation


Study paves way for personnel such as drone operators to have electrical pulses sent into their brains to improve effectiveness in high pressure situations.

US military scientists have used electrical brain stimulators to enhance mental skills of staff, in research that aims to boost the performance of air crews, drone operators and others in the armed forces’ most demanding roles. 831 more words

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