Diffusion Science radio: Apps for Brain-Computer-Interfaces - part 1

Apps for Brain-Computer-Interfaces - part 1


Listen to Sam Hosovsky explain to Ian Woolf how uCat is building apps to help paralysed people with Brain-Computer-Interfaces learn to speak using virtual reality and artificial intelligence - part 1
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

Sam Hosovsky in a black turtleneck jumper

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