Adaptive Brain Interfaces

Severely disabled people are largely excluded from the benefits information and communication technologies have brought to our industries, economies, appliances, and general quality of life. But what if that technology would allow them to communicate their wishes or control electronic devices directly through their thoughts alone? This is the goal and promise of the Adaptive Brain Interfaces (ABI) project, which aims to augment natural human capabilities by enabling people to interact with computers (after a brief training period) through the direct control of their thoughts.


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Communications of the ACM, 46, 3, 74-80
Year:
2003
Publisher:
Association for Computing Machinery
ISSN:
0001-0782
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