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Brain-computer interfaces are devices which connect the brain to a computer. Other names for Brain-Computer Interfaces are BCIs, human-machine interfaces (HMI), and neural interfaces. Brain-computer interfaces read in electrical signals from neurons in the brain and then pass these signals to an external device for computation. Currently brain-computer interfaces are being used primarily to help aid either communication or physical movement, though recent research has tried to promote the use of BCIs for other purposes such as treating learning disorders or researching sleeping patterns. Recently, BCIs have been used for toys and controllers for gaming.


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