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The Path to the Development of Reading and Writing Technologies in the Brain Was Paved

The Path to the Development of Reading and Writing Technologies in the Brain Was Paved

 

Reading and writing technologies in the brain are the cornerstone of new therapeutic approaches to cognitive problems, the brain as well as the main tools of the brain-machine interface.

These tools generally rely on electronic, magnetic, optical and ultrasonic devices. In addition, with this technology, the need for new tools for studying the brain is expanding along with the development of an understanding of brain function.

The cognitive sciences and technologies development headquarter has been continuously developing a set of brain study tools and has been aiming to expand their use in science centers for the past year.

Since the beginning of the new year, the working group of technology and new equipment development has been established to connect the two sides to the brain for therapeutic purposes. This working group comprises experts from universities, industry, entrepreneurs, players and national legislators.

Assessing the country"s current state from the perspective of national resources, capacities, capabilities and needs, monitoring the future of science and technology in the field of brain-to-brain communication and developing a knowledge-based business to serve people, exports and industries are some of the goals followed in this group.

In addition, developing brain study tools and publicizing its use in scientific centers inside the country, supporting the development of new and combined noninvasive brain stimulation tools, completing the first generation of brain implant systems and designing the second generation and developing modern tools to stimulate sensory modalities to control brain function are among the measures taken by the working group.

However, products and services are supported in the working group to witness the development of new technologies and tools for two-way link with brain.

A report by the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs

 






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