Unsupervised, Mobile and Wireless Brain–Computer Interfaces on the Horizon

Juliano Pinto, a 29-year-old paraplegic, kicked off the 2014 World Cup in São Paulo with a robotic exoskeleton suit that he wore and controlled with his mind. The event was broadcast internationally and served as a symbol of the exciting possibilities of brain-controlled machines. Over the last few decades research into brain–computer interfaces (BCIs), which … Continue reading Unsupervised, Mobile and Wireless Brain–Computer Interfaces on the Horizon