College of Engineering, University of Diyala held a symposium on the computer brain interface.

The symposium, in which a number of researchers and postgraduates participated, included defining the term of computer brain interface as one of the channels of direct communication between the brain and the computer through which the transmission of signals from the brain to the computer or through the transmission of this signal from the computer to the brain.

The symposium reviewed how this technique can be used to repair damage to sensory and motor functions known to humans and the historical development of this technology which was initiated from applied research in the field of BCI in the seventies of the last century.

The symposium highlighted how to find smart artificial alternatives to nerve prostheses or to restore hearing, sight and some muscular movements.

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