Unsupervised Thinking
a podcast about neuroscience, artificial intelligence and science more broadly

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Episode 2: Brain-Computer Interface

For our second episode, we break down BCI. We'll go over what signals in the brain are used to interface with computers and how. Included is some constrained optimism about how well these devices can perform and where the limitations come from. Our focus is mostly on motor interfaces (prosthetic arms, for example), though we touch on other applications. A review on the topic written by Krishna Shenoy and Jose Carmena is available here.

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Our jazzy theme music "Quirky Dog" is courtesy of Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 

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