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Massey lecturer Sunil Lai is speaking at the nationwide Techweek event in May on the Brain Computer Interface.
Brain Computer Interface (BCI) allows humans to interact with machines via thoughts. In active BCI setup, the system learns to map the brain signals to desired actions the human wants the machine to perform, for example operating a prosthetic limb or a wheelchair. We can even detect the emotional state of a person’s mind using passive BCI, which has applications in product testing and medical domain.
This event will include an overview of how BCI works and a demonstration
Tech Simple is a free lecture series that brings Massey experts to you to explain some of the new technology in our world.
Upcoming talks are to be confirmed.
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Topics include computer science and information technology, electronic and information communications as well as industrial management and innovation.
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Last updated on Thursday 12 April 2018