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Brain-Machine-Interface

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Transcript of Brain-Machine-Interface

Mind-Machine-Interface
Alex Dorsch
University of Zurich

Inspiration
Goal
Current Technology
Research
Science Fiction
To Do List

EEG
Science Fiction
Research
To Do List
Read textbooks, literature, etc
Understand Molecular Basis of Memory
Develop Non Invasive Brain Machine Interface
Goal
Brain machine interface
Non invasive
Transmit information directly
Current Technology
Inspiration
Interest
Neurosurgery
Be Human
Creative
Empathetic
Applications
Medicine
OR
Hands Sterile
Brain Lab
Patient data
Communicate

Traditional
Google Glass
Jose Milan
Helicopter
UW
Human Brain project
1.2 Billion Euro Project to simulate brain in computers
https://www.humanbrainproject.eu/
$ 3 Billion over 10 years
activity of every neuron in human brain
Brain Mapping Project
Neuroprosthetics
Overload
Shortcut
Med School
Elizabeth Tyler-Kabara
Pitt
Miguel Nicolelis
Duke
John Donoghue
Brown
Brain to Brain
Rat to Rat
Human to Rat
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3616031/
EEG
Functional
False Memories
http://www.sciencemag.org/content/341/6144/387.long
Enhancing Learning
http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v9/n4/full/nn1662.html
Thank you!
Dr. Turner
All readers keeping me up to date
Johnny Mnemonic
Chuck
Matrix
Strange Days
Neurosurgery
“[N]eurosurgeons need to play a critical role in the further development of each component of [Brain Computer Interfaces] because of our unique access to the awake and behaving human brain, our perspective with respect to the practicalities of technology implementation in the clinical setting, and because of our historical commitment to improving neurological function and quality-of-life.”
Nader Pouratian, UCLA
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