The BCI Future is Now
What is different now versus when BCI first arrived on the scene? While no single factor led to the explosion of BCI progress and interest in the last five or so years, a confluence of favorable technology trends combined with a critical mass of investment and talent has made BCI a fertile ground for venture-backed startups.
Reframing the Brain as a Data Organ
By reframing neurological and brain-related conditions in terms of accessing and handling data, we can achieve a new understanding of these conditions and, more crucially, devise better ways to treat them.
Beyond Assistive Communication: BCI and the Future of Medicine
As brain computer interface (BCI) technology continues to mature, and we learn from early users, a variety of new clinical applications will emerge. In the future, BCI will revolutionize how we treat conditions ranging from motor deficits to treatment-resistant mental illness—allowing millions of people to live happier, healthier, and more enriching lives.