Using Machine Learning In Brain-Computer Interfaces

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Neurotech is a cutting-edge field that’s just beginning to come into its stride. With all of the technological advancements in the past decade, the cost of some equipment has decreased allowing more facilities to do research in this area. Neurotech has the potential to help people speak again, use limbs again, and more. Some of the main drivers of this advancement is machine learning and data analysis. As we get data from hardware, like EEGs or EMGs, we need something powerful enough to process all of that data and give us meaningful results we can use. Machine learning algorithms have…...

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Milecia McGregor Milecia is a senior software engineer, but she also has a master's degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering and has published research in machine learning and robotics. She started Flipped Coding in 2017 to help people learn web development with real-world projects. Milecia also speaks at tech conferences around the world. In her free time, she spends time with her husband and dogs while learning kung fu and learning how to play the harmonica.