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Nissan is working with scientists to research the possible use of a brain interface in order to give the car information about intentions so that it can predict and prepare for the next actions a driver will take.
Nissan is undertaking this pioneering work in collaboration with the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland (EPFL). Far reaching research on Brain Machine Interface (BMI) systems by scientists at EPFL already allows disabled users to manoeuvre their wheelchairs by thought transference alone. The next stage is to adapt the BMI processes to the car – and driver – of the future.This development happens in the crossroads of the areas of human machine interaction and interfacing, neurophysiology and predictive computing. (via Nissan teams up with EPFL for futurist car interfaces)
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