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Main Title: The Berlin Brain-Computer Interface: Progress Beyond Communication and Control
Author(s): Blankertz, Benjamin
Acqualagna, Laura
Dähne, Sven
Haufe, Stefan
Schultze-Kraft, Matthias
Sturm, Irene
Ušćumlic, Marija
Wenzel, Markus
Curio, Gabriel
Müller, Klaus-Robert
Type: Article
Language Code: en
Abstract: The combined effect of fundamental results about neurocognitive processes and advancements in decoding mental states from ongoing brain signals has brought forth a whole range of potential neurotechnological applications. In this article, we review our developments in this area and put them into perspective. These examples cover a wide range of maturity levels with respect to their applicability. While we assume we are still a long way away from integrating Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology in general interaction with computers, or from implementing neurotechnological measures in safety-critical workplaces, results have already now been obtained involving a BCI as research tool. In this article, we discuss the reasons why, in some of the prospective application domains, considerable effort is still required to make the systems ready to deal with the full complexity of the real world.
Issue Date: 21-Nov-2016
Date Available: 7-Nov-2019
DDC Class: 610 Medizin und Gesundheit
Subject(s): Brain-Computer Interfacing
covert user states
machine learning
mental workload
video quality
implicit information
cognitive neuroscience
Sponsor/Funder: EC/FP7/611570/EU/Symbiotic Mind Computer Interaction for Information Seeking/MindSee
EC/FP7/625991/EU/Hyperscanning 2.0 Analyses of Multimodal Neuroimaging Data: Concept, Methods and Applications/HYPERSCANNING 2.0
DFG, GRK 1589, Verarbeitung sensorischer Informationen in neuronalen Systemen
Journal Title: Frontiers in Neuroscience
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Publisher Place: Lausanne
Volume: 10
Article Number: 530
Publisher DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2016.00530
EISSN: 1662-453X
Appears in Collections:FG Neurotechnologie » Publications

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