BCI Device Helps Communicate Brainstem Stroke Victims With Locked-in Syndrome

Brain-computer Interface Helps Communicate Brainstem Stroke Victims
A study at East Tennessee State University has shown that brain-computer interface (BCI) device can help patients with severe neuromuscular disease like brainstem stroke and are experiencing locked-in syndrome to communicate by enabling them to operate the device with their...
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Lifelike Communication Android Developed To Assist People

Lifelike Communication Android Developed To Assist People
Toshiba Corporation has developed a lifelike communication android that can show simple gestures like moving arms and hands and use sign language which is for now only limited to...
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Curiosity Changes The Brain To Enhance Learning

Curious boy, Curiosity Changes The Brain To Enhance Learning
Einstein once claimed - "Curiosity has its own reason for existing," he was right and the researchers have discovered that reason. It is a common observation when we are curious about something, it is easy to learn information about...
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Facebook To Initiate Testing Wi-Fi Drones In 2015

Facebook’s Wi-Fi Drones To Start Testing Next Year
Mark Zuckerberg's dream to make the whole world connected could soon become a reality, as Facebook is all set to start testing its Wi-Fi Drones next year. With his collective efforts with NASA and tech giants like Samsung and Nokia,...
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Brain Remains Active During Slumber, Continues Simplified Functions

Brain Remains Active During Sleep, Continues Simplified Functions
A combined team of researchers from the University of Cambridge and Ecole Normale Supérieure, a research institution in Paris, have found that even during sleep, our brain can still classify words. According to the researchers, when people practice simple word classification...
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Research Demonstrates an Increased Number of Psychopaths is in Control of High Levels of Businesses

Research Demonstrates an Increased Number of Psychopaths is in Control of High Levels of Businesses
A surprising research has found out that there could be an increased numbers of psychopaths in high levels of businesses especially at senior managerial positions. This correlation has been demonstrated by a talented undergraduate Carolyn Bate, aged 22, of the...
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