An explanation of how RNNs work and how I coded a program that can predict emotional states using EEG data

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What is EEG?

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a non-invasive method that allows us to collect and record the electrical activity of our brain.

Collecting an electroencephalogram is done by placing electrodes on the surface of the scalp to measure the electric potentials caused by the neurons, more specifically the postsynaptic potentials, but it is…

Can we finally live in a world where people with physical disabilities are no longer limited due to their condition?

Jan Scheuermann guiding a BCI robotic arm with her thoughts to eat chocolate!

Note: If you haven’t already checked out my article on how Brain-Computer Interfaces work, read it here. It’ll help you understand this article better!

15% of the global population experience some form of disability. So statistically speaking, we all know someone or at least have seen someone challenged with some form of physical disability, whether it’s a form of mobility impairment, visual impairment, or even a loss of hearing.

But, why is it that…

I know this sounds crazy, but this is actually possible, and it's being done right now!

What’s wrong with the way we’re storing data now?

As you can see below, we are very, and I mean very, dependent on the internet, especially now with all that’s happening remotely, such as attending conferences from the other side of the world, or even class from the comfort of your bed (great for some, not so much for…

Mir Ali Zain

17-Year Old AI and BCI enthusiast, Innovator, Researcher, and Developer @ The Knowledge Society (TKS)

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