Brain-Computer Interface: Fundamental and Clinical Aspects of Development and Implication of the Technology

Аннотация

The article discusses the results of the III International Scientific and Practical Conference "Brain-Computer Interface: Science and Practice. Samara — 2017 ". The review covers the scientific studies dealing with fundamental and applied aspects of brain research and development of brain-computer interfaces (BCI) presented at the conference by leading domestic and foreign scientists.

Clinical application of BCI is discussed in terms of neurorehabilitation of patients with motor and speech disorders, as well as the possibility of its use in diagnosis and correction of psychiatric diseases and disorders.

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Kolsanov AV, Avdeeva EV. Brain-Computer Interface: Fundamental and Clinical Aspects of Development and Implication of the Technology. Science & Innovations in Medicine. 2017;4(8):612.

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