Brain-Computer Interfaces, The Military and Ethics

An excellent video from Penn State University about Neuroscience and the military. It delves into great detail about the future development of the thought-controlled war machine, the ethics concerned with this and the control mechanisms that will be needed.


Nissan and EPFL to Push Development For Thought Controlled Vehicles

Nissan’s sudden enthusiasm for the development of wheelchairs controlled by brain activity has taken a lot of people by surprise. The technology is not particularly new but Nissans’s enthusiasm is.Nissan has paired up with swiss research lab EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne) to further develop the BMI (Brain-Machine Interface) and wheel chair technology. Together they plan to use it for Continue reading