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Rethinking HCI with Neural Interfaces @CTRLlabsco
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| by Adam Berenzweig Follow 0 Followers on Sep 05, 2018 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 5 - 9, 2018. Save an extra $100 with INFOQSF18!

Brain-computer interfaces, neuromuscular interfaces, and other machine-learning driven biosensing techniques can eliminate the need for physical controllers. Adam Berenzweig discusses what happens when we decouple the user interface from hand-held hardware, as well as the emerging field of neural interaction design.

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Adam Berenzweig has been building technology around machine learning and AI for over 15 years. He's currently the Director of R&D at CTRL-Labs, building the world's first practical, non-invasive neural interface. Previously, he was a software engineer at Google, where he built the music recommender for Google Play Music, and worked on Photo Search and Google News.

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