Success in recognizing digits and monosyllables with high accurary from brain activity measurement
Publication/Creation DateApril 18 2017
DescriptionThis is a significant advancment in Brain Computer Interaction (BCI). A Japanese research collaborative has developed a technology that can recognize the numbers zero to nine with 90 percent accuracy using electroencephalogram (EEG) readings while the
subject utters the numbers. Furthermore, the technology can also recognize 18 types of Japanese monosyllables from EEG signals with 60 percent accuracy, demonstrating the possibility of an EEG-activated typewriter in the near future.
Date archivedApril 19 2017
Last editedJanuary 27 2018