Smart Cities Brown Bag Series: Brain Computer Interfaces: Taking Thoughts Out of the Human Body to Interact Within Smart Cities
OCTOBER 23, 2019
Brain Computer Interfaces: Taking Thoughts Out of the Human Body to Interact Within Smart Cities
Dr. Melissa Gregg
Recent Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) developments have been able to utilize human thoughts to control machines and translate human thoughts to communication signals to other humans. This talk will describe the basic technology underlying BCI and the future of using human thoughts to control devices and navigate within a smart city environment.
The Smart Cities vernacular has become a prolific phrase in our community over the last year. Join us to consider the various issues raised by the development of wired and integrated cities. We offer a general education course, CPS 103 - Introduction to Smart Cities, which includes and encourages community participation at weekly brown bag lunches. These events are free and open to the public. You do not need to register or sign-up ahead of time--feel free to just show up!
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