Neural implants: A meta analysis on the efficacy and the possibilities of brain-computer interfaces Jyothi, Yadav
dc.contributor.committeeMember Townsend, Anthony
dc.contributor.majorProfessor Townsend, Anthony 2022-06-08T15:48:27Z 2022-06-08T15:48:27Z 2022 2022-05
dc.description.abstract Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) hold promise for the restoration of sensory and motor function as well the treatment of psychological and neurological disorders. There has been a spike in overall research conducted over BCIs in the past decade. This has partly to do with the increased portability of electrode and electroencephalogram technology alongside improved and enhanced human-computer interaction research. An in-depth analysis of the most recent and most impactful studies will provide a well-rounded overview and understanding of the success, possibilities, and limitations of brain-machine interfaces as they become a reality in the medical world to those in need and potentially to the general public as BCIs advance in production and scaling.
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dc.rights.holder Yadav Jyothi
dc.subject.disciplines DegreeDisciplines::Business::Management Information Systems
dc.subject.disciplines DegreeDisciplines::Life Sciences::Biotechnology
dc.subject.keywords BCI
dc.subject.keywords EEG
dc.subject.keywords Neural Implant
dc.subject.keywords Brain
dc.subject.keywords Computer
dc.subject.keywords Interface
dc.title Neural implants: A meta analysis on the efficacy and the possibilities of brain-computer interfaces
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