Verbal Communication through Brain Computer Interfaces

Abstract : Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) provide a way of communicating directly from brain activity, bypassing muscular control. We report some recent advances in a BCI communication system called the P300 speller, which is a virtual brain-operated keyboard. This system relies on electroencephalographic activity time-locked to the flashing of the desired letters. It requires calibration of the system, but very little training from the user. Clinical tests are being conducted on a target population of patients suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, in order to confirm the usability of the P300 speller for reliable communication.
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Maureen Clerc, Jérémie Mattout, Emmanuel Maby, Dieter Devlaminck, Théodore Papadopoulo, et al.. Verbal Communication through Brain Computer Interfaces. Interspeech - 14th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association - 2013, Frédéric Bimbot, Aug 2013, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-00842851⟩

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