Brain-computer interfaces and the future of human-machine interaction
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Dr. Maryam Alimardani (Tilburg University, the Netherlands) will share research-based insights and her own experience about brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).
Dr. Alimardani works at the intersection of the BCI technology, robotics and cognitive science. In addition to collaborations with other researchers, dr. Alimardani closely works with industry partners in high-tech companies and such institutions as the Royal Netherlands Air Force.
In recent years, there have been a lot of interest and progress in BCI technology. Does this mean that all the challenges have been overcome and BCIs can now be used in practical applications? What are the practical use cases of BCIs? What does the development of BCI technology mean for the future?
The event is jointly organized by AI Forward Forum and LT Big Brother.
To learn more about the organizers and their activities, visit aiforwardforum.com and ltbigbrother.com