AI-enabled neurotechnologies are emerging as an entirely new field of innovation in assistive solutions that can transform the lives of persons with disabilities. And while neuro-technologies, including Brain-Computer Interfaces, have been explored for a while, competition and research and development investments are accelerating with major players entering the field, opening the door to marketable solutions for mobile, wearable, and gaming platforms.
Session Chair: Theresa Vaughan, Advisory Council Chair, G3ict/NeuroAbilities, and Research Scientist, National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies (NCAN)
- Darryl Adams, Director of Accessibility, Intel
- Cathy Bodine, PhD, CCC-SLP, Professor, Department of Bioengineering, College of Engineering, Design and Computing, and Director, Innovation Ecosystem, Colorado Clinical Translational Sciences Institute, University of Colorado
- Alex Dunn, Founder, Enabled Play
Neurotechnologies, a New Frontier for Wearables in Gaming and Assistive Solutions presented at the M-Enabling Summit 2022.