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This review looks at recently developed technology that allows engineers to record signals from the brain, identify the subject’s intent, and allow the subject to control prosthetic devices or communicate with others. It explores the current status of the technology, focusing on studies aimed at developing assistive devices for human subjects. Lastly, it reviews the impressive accomplishments to date, as well as limitations of the technology that will need to be overcome to enable the development of fully practical assistive technologies.
Foster, K. R. (2008). State-of-Science Review: SR-E29, Brain-Computer Interfaces and Cognitive Neural Prostheses. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/neuroethics_pubs/73
Date Posted: 18 October 2011