Intel Starts R&D Effort in Probabilistic Computing for AI
May 10, 2018
Humanizing Exoskeletons for Soldiers, Workers and Paraplegics
May 11, 2018
Show all

Brain-computer interface based on mutual learning helps tetraplegics in avatar race

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are seen as a potential means by which severely physically impaired individuals can regain control of their environment, but establishing such an interface is not trivial. A new study suggests the most dramatic improvements in computer-augmented performance are likely to occur when both human and machine are allowed to learn.
Source: Science Daily – Robotics