University of Washington researchers link in realtime one person’s brain with another person’s over the Internet. During the demo, signals from one person’s brain are used to control the hand motions of another person within a second.
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Emitter and receiver subjects with non-invasive EEG/TMS devices (Grau et al., PLoS ONE 2014, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0105225.g002 )

Researchers demonstrate a proof-of-concept brain-to-brain information transmission from India to France was realized using internet-linked EEG and TMS technologies respectively.

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Inspired by the brain’s structure, IBM and Cornell University researchers have developed an efficient, scalable, and flexible non–von Neumann architecture in a 5.4-billion-transistor chip with 4096 neurosynaptic cores interconnected via an intrachip network that integrates 1 million programmable spiking neurons and 256 million configurable synapses.


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When visual evoked potentials (VEPs) are deployed in brain–computer interfaces (BCIs), the emphasis is put on stimulus design. In the case of transient VEPs (TVEPs) brain responses are never treated individually, i.e. on a single-trial (ST) basis, due to their poor signal quality. Therefore their main characteristic, which is the emergence during early latencies, remains unexplored. Read the rest of this entry…

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