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What is a brain-computer interface?

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) let you control things using only your "thoughts".

They work by detecting and interpreting electrical signals from your brain, through special sensors placed on your head, and translating those signals into a command to control some output device, like a computer. BCIs can help people with physical limitations who may struggle to use other types of access methods like keyboards, mice, adaptive switches, etc.