“Brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) aim at providing a non-muscular channel for sending commands to the external world using the electroencephalographic activity or other electrophysiological measures of the brain function. An essential factor in the successful operation of BCI systems is the methods used to process the brain signals.”

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The authors review classification algorithms used to design brain–computer interface (BCI) systems based on electroencephalography (EEG).

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Why Can’t A Computer Be More Like A Brain?
“Computers, at long last, can play winning chess. But the program that can beat the world champion can’t talk about chess, let alone learn backgammon. Today’s programs-at best-solve specific problems. Where humans have broad and flexible capabilities, computers do not. ”

New Master Program

Source: IEEE Spectrum Magazine

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The Programme of European Neuroscience Schools, an IBRO-FENS collaboration, invites student applications for its 2007 Schools program.
A few application deadlines have been extended.

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