Introduction and Demonstration of Neuroadaptive Technology and Passive BCI's
Speaker: Diane Gherman
Brandenburg University of Technology
Diana Gherman is a PhD and Research Associate in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces at the Chair for Neuroadaptive Human-Computer Interaction, Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany. She has a bachelor and master degree in Psychology, as well as a master degree in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Sciences. Her current research interests include passive brain-computer interfaces, neuroadaptive technologies and the ethical implications of artificial intelligence.