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Then, using artificial intelligence and machine learning, those signals are converted into what Aydarkhanov calls "meaningful information": the details that translate into what the user wants to do. This particular prototype uses a combination of the aforementioned brain signals and eye movements to assist with the activity of selecting a movie to watch. "For the simple selections of menus, we just use eye movements, because it’s much more efficient," explains Aydarkhanov. "But when you want to find a movie, it’s a more complicated task, because you’re not sure exactly what you want to see.". That's where the artificial intelligence and machine learning come in. "We use the reaction of the... Full story

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