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- 24-26 September • Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland NeuroDesign Entrepreneurs Workshop
- 11 October • Virtual Event
IEEE Future Tech Forum: Digital Inclusion Roundtable
- 17-18 October • Virtual Event
BR41N.IO • Hackathon at IEEE SMC 2021
- 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
- 01-02 December • Virtual Event
Wearable Brain-Machine Interface Turns Intentions into Actions
20 July 2021, Jerry Grillo
Georgia Institute of Technology
“A new wearable brain-machine interface (BMI) system could improve the quality of life for people with motor dysfunction or paralysis, even those struggling with locked-in syndrome – when a person is fully conscious but unable to move or communicate.”
A Brain with “Multiple Demand” Is What Drives Human Reasoning, Scientists Say
2 September 2021, DGIST
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)
“Reasoning is an ability that is unique to human cognition. However, despite our advances in neuroimaging techniques, we cannot clearly map the neural regions involved in human reasoning. In a new study, researchers from Korea came up with a new approach to understand the foundations of both inductive and deductive reasoning and identify the major brain areas responsible, paving the way for uncovering the mechanisms of various other cognitive processes.”
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