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The interface of communication between the brain and the computer: for good … and for harm

As we recently reported, German scientists are working to create a communication interface between the human brain and a computer (BCI, brain-computer interface), which would make it possible, firstly, to realize the dream of science fiction writers about controlling devices with the “power of thought”, and secondly, give disabled and paralyzed people the ability to operate their prostheses / wheelchairs.

Recently, a similar development was reported by Cambridge Consultants, which is assisted by scientists from the State University of New York. Their BCI interface, as in the German case, translates the electromagnetic radiation of the human brain into commands that control the computer: the current level of development allows you to control the mouse cursor and point it to graphic icons. It is curious that the receiver helmet uses a network of sensors connected to a computer, on which signals are processed, pre-amplified (the amplitude of oscillations of the voltage induced on the sensors is in millionths of a volt) and digitized.

The system, which began test trials in March this year, allows working with paralyzed people who have lost all control over their muscles – even the eyes, which gives a definite advantage over systems that track the movement of the patient’s eye. It is argued that the system, at this stage, consists of two monitors: on one the patient can see the result of his mental activity, and the doctor or nurse looks at the second; will cost about 5 thousand dollars.

In the future, Cambridge Consultants are planning to improve the system in such a way as to enable the patient to drive their wheelchair or interact with the climate control system. Needless to say, the military is also showing interest in BCI – a new generation of interfaces will make it possible to do without systems that track the movement of the pilot’s eye of a combat aircraft or helicopter.

Again, I can’t help but joke, if, of course, humor is appropriate here: “whatever scientists come up with, the result is still a weapon …”