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Computer-brain Interface

Computer-brain interface is a concept that is still in the development phase of its lifecycle. Essentially, it is a technology that allows a human brain to connect and communicate with external devices. This is done by tapping into the brain signals of the person using the device and then analyzing and processing them to enable the device to create the desired results without the need for physical or voice-powered interaction. There are both invasive and non-invasive products in development. An invasive computer-brain interface would require surgical insertion of a device into the brain while non-invasive options typically include the use of exterior sensors.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Computer-brain Interface

Developers are working on making computer-brain interface a practical tool for use in several industries. Currently, several tests have been conducted using computer-brain interface platforms to power drones. SMBs in the future could use this technology for training, recruiting, and operating equipment.

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