Scientists break brain disability barrier with thought-controlled interface

Scientists break brain disability barrier with thought-controlled interface

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Picture yourself immersed in a racing game, where navigating through intricate turns in a lap solely relies on your brain’s commands.

To enable such a vision, researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a brain-computer interface (BCI) that enables people to play games and much more with just their thoughts.

The team’s primary goal was to enhance the quality of life for individuals with motor disabilities. Crucially, they integrated machine learning functionalities into their brain-computer interface, creating a universally applicable solution.

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