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Paralyzed man walks again using a mind-controlled exoskeleton

Great news from the Lancet Neurology journal. A mind-controlled exoskeleton helped a man with paralysis to walk again. This remarkable result, the provides hope to tetraplegics...

A smartphone-controlled implant can manipulate brain cells

What would happen if scientists could manipulate brain cells just using a smartphone? You may not believe it but, in the future, it may...

Noninvasive system allows mind control of a robotic arm

In the context of biomedical engineering, the goal of BCIs is to provide functional support systems for people with disabilities, to replace or recover...

Agent Unicorn: the BCI that monitors ADHD in children

Do you like unicorns? If the answer is yes, you have to read the story about the designer Anouk Wipprecht and her Agent Unicorn,...

Brain fingerprinting: a lie detection technique

Brain fingerprinting is a technology designed to detect concealed information stored in the brain. The technique consists of measuring an electrical brain wave responses...

BCI allows military pilots to control multiple drones telepathically

Brain-Computer Interfaces aim to create a synergistic interaction between users and the surrounding systems. As we might expect, there are various fields that could...

New “classification models” sense human trust in smart machines

Modern society is characterized by increasing interaction between humans and intelligent machines. Against this background, human trust in automation plays a central role in...

Stentrode: the first endovascular neural interface

For the first time, scientists have developed a new minimally invasive brain-computer interface that can be implanted inside the brain without the need for...