#2313 Synchron / Neuroprosthesis / Walking stick / Wysa
Brain-computer interface company Synchron announced it has received an oversubscribed $75 million in Series C funding, bringing total funding to $145 million.
Engineers at CU Boulder are using advances in artificial intelligence to create a new type of walking stick for people who are blind or have low vision.
Researchers from HSE University and Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry have developed a machine learning model that can predict the word to be uttered by a test subject based on their neural activity recorded with a small set of minimally invasive electrodes.
The chatbot, which Wysa co-founder Ramakant Vempati describes as a "friendly" and "empathetic" tool, asks questions like "How are you?".
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