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Increasing uses of sensor technology, Tremendous developments in the field of computation, human sensing, along with the application of brain-computer interface technology for entertainment, gaming, communication, and control, are some of the major reasons that boost the growth of the brain-computer interface market size.
While the study has promising results, it is far from what Facebook has been promising the world; a non-invasive brain-computer interface. The current paper is based on a system that requires highly invasive implants, and more importantly, is functional in a very limited environment where it has already been trained on all the questions and their potential answers.
"This work represents an important step in noninvasive brain-computer interfaces, a technology which someday may become a pervasive assistive technology aiding everyone, like smartphones."
As the first and only FDA-approved medical device that utilizes brain-computer interface technology for epilepsy, the RNS System offers the most advanced treatment option for patients with focal seizures who have not responded well to medication.
Leuthardt is by no means the only one with exotic ambitions for what are known as brain-computer interfaces. Last March Elon Musk, a founder of Tesla and SpaceX, launched Neuralink, a venture aiming to create devices that facilitate mind-machine melds.
Hu, "A dynamically optimized SSVEP brain-computer interface (BCI) speller," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol.
Wolpaw, "A P300 event-related potential brain-computer interface (BCI): the effects of matrix size and inter stimulus interval on performance," Biological Psychology, vol.
Prof Eric Leuthardt, of the Washington University School of Medicine, said: "We have shown that a brain-computer interface using the uninjured hemisphere can achieve meaningful recovery in chronic stroke patients." His team selected 10 patients still suffering significant paralysis six months on from their stroke.
Apart from Apple, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has also reportedly been working on a brain-computer interface, using a 'telepathy' start up called Neuralink.
A non-invasive brain-computer interface detected their responses by measuring changes in blood oxygen levels in the brain.
A brain-computer interface (BCI) establishes a human-to-device communication channel by translating the brain signals into machine codes to control external devices or applications [1, 2].