Mutual learning as key to translational brain-computer interface

BCIs, which use the electrical activity in the brain to control an object, have seen growing use in people with high spinal cord injuries, for communication (by controlling a keyboard), mobility (by controlling a powered wheelchair), and daily activities (by controlling a mechanical arm or other ro

Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/05/180510145828.htm

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