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3/25/20 Brain mapping study suggests motor regions for the hand also connect to the entire body. Science Daily. url

2/10/19 Rosen M (2019) How to “read” the brain signals underlying human speech. HHMI. pdf url

12/10/19 Williams S (2019) Speech Decoded from Brain Activity in Area for Hand Control. The Scientist. pdf url

12/10/19 Goldman B (2019) Why we talk with our hands — and how that may help give speech to the speechless. Scope, Stanford Medicine. pdf url

10/23/19 Servick K (2019) AI allows paralyzed person to ‘handwrite’ with his mind. Science. doi:10.1126/science.aaz9606 pdf url

9/22/19 Corbyn Z (2019) Are brain implants the future of thinking? The Guardian.  url

9/17/19 Our project "Decoding speech from intracortical multielectrode arrays in dorsal motor cortex" was recognized with the 1st place in this year's Annual BCI Award, unveiled during the 8th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference! The Annual BCI Award.

7/31/19 Gao R Searching for the hidden factory underlying the neural code. pdf url

3/15/17 Wise C & Woodruff J, Typing sentences by simply thinking is possible with new technology. PBS News Hour.

Judy Woodruff (PBS News Hour) and Stanford BrainGate Participant

2/21/17 Goldman B, Brain-computer interface advance allows fast, accurate typing by people with paralysis. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.

Professors Jaimie Henderson and Krishna Shenoy (Photo: Paul Sakura/Stanford University)

2/21/17 Svoboda E, Listening in on the brain: A 15-year odyssey. Stanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.

2/21/17 Makin S, Brain–computer interface allows speediest typing to date. Scientific American.

2/21/17 Strickland E, New record: paralyzed man uses brain implant to type eight words per minute. IEEE Spectrum.

1/17-20/2017 World Economic Forum, Davis-Klosters, Switerland. Talk. YouTube video link

11/13/15 Kwon D,Unsupervised, mobile and wireless brain–computer interfaces on the horizon. Scientific American.

11/12/15 Strickland E, Better Brain-Reading Software Compensates for Squishy Brains and Vacuum Cleaner Noise. IEEE Spectrum.

9/29/15 Roston E, Watch Two People With Brain Implants Control Computers With Their Thoughts -- A massive collaboration of doctors and computer scientists gets one step closer to mind-controlled devices. Bloomberg.

6/23/16 Ostrov BF, Research sheds light on how neurons control muscle movementStanford Report / Stanford Medical Report.

5/16/12 BrainGate Research participants using brain-machine interfaces to control the reaching and grasping of robotic arm

 

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