BrainQ's Mind-Reading Technology Aims to Treat Neurological Diseases
on 28 February 2018
Rather than embed chips in the human brain—as proposed by two of its better-known competitors, Israeli start-up BrainQ is developing a non-surgically embedded EEG machine to accrue and analyze data on stroke and spinal cord patients. BrainQ isn't the only company utilizing EEG technology, but their application is unique. Its "mind-reading" capabilities are already being put to the test in two human clinical trials. Read more at Tech Crunch.