Georgia Tech researchers have created a new brain-machine interface (BMI) that uses a new class of nano-membrane electrode combined with flexible electronics and a new deep learning algorithm to help disabled people wirelessly control devices. The BMI could be used to control things like an electric wheelchair, interact with a computer, or operate a small robotic vehicle without having to use a hair-electrode cap or mess with wires.
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I am very excited that the 2020 NAIDEX show will be better than ever. As always I will be talking at NAIDEX. I just published a post about disability dating on the NAIDEX Blog
Also of great interest to the Bespoken community is an article about independent living that I wrote for the independentliving site.…Continue
Anyone who either uses or has an interest in electric wheelchairs and the way the industry behind them works might be interested in the (warning: long) article I published at:
In addition to calling out the appaling…Continue