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Toward Clinically-Viable Brain-Machine Interfaces

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Professor Krishna Shenoy, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford, discusses how Brain Machine Interfaces (BMIs) converts movement intentions from neurons in the brain into control signals for guiding prosthetic arms and computer cursors.

Krishna Shenoy
Professor
Electrical Engineering
Stanford University
This video is a part of:
2015 Symposium