Human-computer interface, deep learning and explainable AI

BCI technology based on brain waves data has varied potential uses

By Chang S. Nam, Jae-Yoon Jung, Sangwon Lee, Sanghyun Choo, Zachary Traylor, Hoonseok Park, Donghyun Park and Sangyeon Kim

The human body is an important source of big data. Biometric data can be collected to track health status and actively improve quality of life. Though data analysis has recently been actively used as a tool for industrial innovation, biometric data analysis seems to approach the essence of engineering in terms of developing technologies that benefit human beings.

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