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From left, Shikha Chaganti, Anca Ralescu and Gaurav Mukherjee use brain-computer interface to distinguish which brain signal corresponds with the body's performance of a particular intended action.


Brain-computer interface uses electroencephalography (a measure of the brain's electrical activity) to help distinguish which brain signal corresponds with the body's performance of a particular intended action.

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