Registration Is Open for the IEEE Brain: Future Directions in Consumer Neurotechnology Workshop
Register Now for this free 2-day event designed to bring together the various groups that are working towards bringing neurotechnology to a much broader consumer audience.
- On-Demand Webinar Recordings Available: View our October webinar, Improving Communication With the Brain Through Electrode Technologies with Dr. Rylie Green
- Translation of Neurotechnology: Get advice from one of the experts
- Version 2, Technology Roadmap: Available for Comments
- Brain Podcasts: Have a minute? Pick from our podcast collection to hear from a brain expert.
- Neuroethics Framework: Call for Engagement
Recent & Upcoming Events
- 17-20 October • Virtual Event
IEEE SMC 11th Workshop on BMI Systems
- 28-31 October • Virtual Event
2021 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS)
- 04-05 November • Virtual Event
2021 International Neuroethics Society (INS) Annual Meeting
- 30 November – 1 December • Virtual Event
IEEE Brain: Future Directions in Consumer Neurotechnology
- 01-02 December • Virtual Event
- 07 December • Minneapolis, MN / Virtual
Minnesota NeuroSpin Initiative Workshop
- 25 April – 4 May • Virtual Event
g.tec BCI & Neurotechnology Spring School 2022
Learning From Imaging Data to Model Brain Activity
18 October 2021, IBM Research
“In this article, we introduce VanDEEPol, a hybrid AI/mechanistic model to predict brain activity and structure from imaging data. The model significantly boosts predictive accuracy compared to previous methods. By predicting brain activity from relatively sparse imaging data, VanDEEPol may eventually help to detect medical disorders or design brain-computer interfaces.”
Mapping the Mind’s Eye
26 October 2021, Arizona State University News
“Specific areas of the human brain process different functions, such as the auditory cortex for hearing and the olfactory cortex for smell. Among these functional areas, the single largest is devoted to vision. The dominance of the visual cortex may not be surprising given the importance of sight to the human species. But science still has a lot to learn about the way input from our eyes is represented by our brains.”
Find out about funding opportunities related to the BRAIN Initiative offered by funding sources such as NIH, NSF, DARPA, and others.
About the IEEE Brain Initiative
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