Mind-reading machine can guess the magic number
Scientists have made some hugely promising advances when it comes to brain-computer interfaces in recent times, with machines that can turn thoughts into controls for drones, wheelchairs and music. Now, researchers in Japan say that they've broken new ground with a technology that can recognize Japanese words and also guess the single-digit number on a subject's mind with 90 percent accuracy, simply by monitoring their brainwaves. .. Continue Reading Mind-reading machine can guess the magic number Category: Computers Tags: Brain Brain Computer Interface Disability Related Articles: Wheelchair controlled by facial expressions to hit the market within 2 years Brain-controlled robot lets physically challenged see the world Google awards $20 million to 29 innovative disability nonprofits Mind-controlled telepresence robot to
Scientists have made some hugely promising advances when it comes to brain-computer interfaces in recent times, with machines that can turn thoughts into controls for drones, wheelchairs ...
Tue 18 Apr 17 from Gizmag
A Japanese research collaborative has developed a technology that can recognize the numbers zero to nine with 90 percent accuracy using electroencephalogram (EEG) readings while the subject ...
Tue 18 Apr 17 from Phys.org
The breakthrough from scientists at Japan's Toyohashi University of Technology could eventually help handicapped people who struggle to speak to communicate again.
Tue 18 Apr 17 from Daily Mail
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