Stephen Downes

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According to this post, researchers "have developed a brain-computer interface (BCI) that allows users to modify a robot manipulator's motion trajectories." It uses AI to learn the user's preferences. Normally, a BCI "requires the user to imagine performing a physical activity, which results in neural activity that the BCI can detect and convert to a computer input," however the use of AI allows it to be trained using 'demonstrations'. Obviously there are numerous potential learning applications ranging from work requiring drones or robots to assistive devices for people with limited motor skills. There's an article in Nature with more details.

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