Plugged-In Patients: Brain-Computer Interfaces – Video Talk with Leigh Hochberg und Philipp Kellmeyer

Connecting the human brain to a computer is no longer science fiction. Patients unable to control their bodies will soon be able to control computers and external devices, like wheelchairs, using only mental processes, by means of a brain-computer interface.

Leigh Hochberg and our scientific partner Philipp Kellmeyer are talking at Harvard Medical School about the cutting edge of brain-computer interface technology, and to discuss the ethical and philosophical implications of research and clinical care using these technologies.

 

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