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Attaining "Embodiment" in Brain-Machine Interface Technologies - with g.Tec Founder Dr. Christoph Guger

AI in Business

Release Date: 09/14/2014

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Dr. Christoph Guger is founder of g.Tec, a company that focuses on creating devices and parts for the field of brain-machine interface. In this particular interview, Christoph shares with us the direction and progress of brain-machine interface, as well as explaining the concept of "embodiment," where a person truly "feels" that a device controlled by their thoughts is a part of themselves, and extension of themselves. Where might these technologies make their jump into the mainstream? Listen to Christoph's interview here.

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