Brain to Text Communication: Visualized Letters of a Paralyzed Person into Text on a Screen
Since Stanford University has an advanced system that converts thoughts into text by translating brain behavior, brain to text communication is becoming a hot topic. A paralyzed man was able to create sentences quickly on a computer screen as a result of this research. By imagining himself handwriting letters on a sheet of paper, the guy was able to type with 95 percent accuracy.
Two electrodes attached to a paralyzed 65-year-old man’s brain transformed his imaginary handwriting into a text written on a screen. He was able to generate 90 characters, or 15 words, per minute. According to the research team, this is faster as same as the average typing rate of people his age.