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In a First, People Had Their Brain Activity Tracked Remotely During Everyday Life

In a new study out Monday, scientists say they can now record people’s brain activity wirelessly throughout the day—a feat that could allow for better research into the brain’s inner workings. They then used that data to adjust the treatment of people with Parkinson’s disease through deep brain stimulation. It’s an…Read more...
Tags: Science, Neuroscience, Brain, Electroencephalography, Parkinson, Neurotechnology, Brain Implant, Emerging Technologies, Deep Brain Stimulation, Neuroprosthetics, Branches Of Biology, Technology Internet, Health Medical Pharma, Braincomputer Interfacing, Electrotherapy, Phillipp Starr


How AI Could Upgrade Brain Stimulation Therapies

The human brain, just like whatever you’re reading this on, uses electricity to function. Neurons are constantly sending and receiving electrical signals. Everyone’s brain works a bit differently, and scientists are now getting closer to establishing how electrical activity is functioning in individual patients’…Read more...
Tags: Science, Medicine, Neuroscience, Major Depressive Disorder, Neurotechnology, Brain Stimulation, Neurostimulation, Electroconvulsive Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Thor Benson, Branches Of Biology, Health Medical Pharma, Electrotherapy, Neuromodulation, Maryam Shanechi, Magnetic Seizure Therapy


Wild new ‘brainsourcing’ technique trains A.I. directly with human brainwaves

It's like crowdsourcing, but with brainwaves
Tags: Crowdsourcing, News, Trends, Features, Ai, Emerging Tech, Eeg, Neurotechnology


Neurable, Vectorform Partner on Brain-Computer Interface Applications

Neurable, a brain-computer interface (BCI) startup spun out of the University of Michigan and now based in Boston, has found a new partner in a familiar place.Vectorform, headquartered in Royal Oak, MI, is a software development and digital design firm that is collaborating with Neurable on BCI products for its clients in the automotive, utility, home automation, and healthcare sectors. No money is changing hands as part of the arrangement, both companies confirm.Ashley Howell, Vectorform’s ass...
Tags: Startups, Hardware, Entrepreneurship, Boston, Trends, Software, Innovation, Detroit, Brain-computer Interface, Mixed Reality, University Of Michigan, Ashley Howell, DTE, National blog main, Boston blog main, National top stories


NYT on Neurable’s Brain-Controlled Virtual Reality Game: It Works

When Neurable first popped up on Xconomy’s radar in late 2015, it was a small, mostly student-led University of Michigan spinout working on cutting-edge brain-computer interface innovations that would allow people to control software using only their thoughts. Back then, it sounded exciting yet fairly far out. However, a lot has changed since. Today, Neurable is a venture-backed, 13-person company based in Cambridge, MA, that continues to make waves as it refines its neurotechnology—a sud...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Trends, Software, New York Times, Innovation, Cambridge, Machine Learning, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Detroit, Brain-computer Interface, University Of Michigan, National blog main, Boston blog main, Detroit blog main


Mind-blowing ultrasonic 'printer' uses lasers and high-frequency sound to assemble electronics

Neurotechnology, a Lithuanian software development company, wants to rethink 3D printing using ultrasonic particle manipulation -- capable of printing anything you can imagine, using virtually material. The post Mind-blowing ultrasonic 'printer' uses lasers and high-frequency sound to assemble electronics appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, 3d Printing, Ultrasonic, Cool Tech, Neurotechnology, Electronics Assembly, Ultrasonic Particle Manipulation


Ultrasonic 3D printer could print and assemble every component of a smartphone

Neurotechnology, a Lithuanian software development company, wants to rethink 3D printing using ultrasonic particle manipulation -- capable of printing anything you can imagine, using virtually material. The post Ultrasonic 3D printer could print and assemble every component of a smartphone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, 3d Printing, Ultrasonic, Cool Tech, Neurotechnology, Electronics Assembly, Ultrasonic Particle Manipulation


Boston Tech Watch: DraftKings, Nantero, WordStream, Tinyhood & More

If you’re sick of staring at the sea of red in your March Madness bracket, take a break with the latest headlines in Boston-area tech. This week, we’ve got a lot of funding news—including an update on the recent mega-round from DraftKings—plus a few other notable tidbits. Read on for details. Funding Rounds —DraftKings’ recent equity funding round officially clocked in at $118.65 million, according to a new SEC filing. A Bloomberg report had pegged it at more than $100 million, citing ano...
Tags: Startups, Boston, Trends, Neuroscience, Tech, Bloomberg, Cybersecurity, Vc, Software, SEC, TechStars, Kernel, Draftkings, WordStream, Larry Kim, Nantero


Health VR Startup MindMaze Claims Unicorn Status with $100M Raise

MindMaze has a long-term plan to transform medical care using imaging techniques such as virtual reality and augmented reality, and now it has $100 million from investors to explore those possibilities. The startup, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, is making San Francisco its U.S. headquarters, drawn here by the Bay Area’s active virtual reality community and its top research universities. And after its first funding round, announced today, MindMaze has its eye on acquisitions, company found...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Europe, Hardware, Internet, Entrepreneurship, Stanford, India, Funding, San Francisco, It, Devices, Software, Stroke, Innovation, Venture Capital