The brain-computer interface (BCI) technology domain is constantly progressing as researchers and companies collaborate to devise inventive solutions that connect the human brain with external devices. This expanding sector, driven by the need for better communication, rehabilitation, and augmented cognitive capabilities, has given rise to both invasive and non-invasive BCI techniques. In this article, we will delve into the current status of brain-computer interface technology, explore the distinctions between invasive and non-invasive BCIs, and consider the potential consequences for the future development of this rapidly changing field.
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Topics: Emerging Technologies