Towards a Shared Brain-Machine Interface – Miguel Nicolelis, Duke | SDF2015

What if you could control devices just with your thoughts? Pioneering neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis illustrates how state-of-the-art research on brain-machine interfaces makes it possible for the brains of primates to interact directly with mechanical, computational and virtual devices without any interference of the body muscles or sensory organs. Going beyond the brain-controlled exoskeleton that makes a paralysed man walk again, Nicolelis is now aiming for the first shared brain-machine interface that allows our brains to collaborate. These ambitious developments, he says, mark just the beginning of the new neuroscience.

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