Bioelectricity and Brain-Computer Interface: Fusion of Biology with Technology
Whenever we are thinking, doing, or conducting any activity, it produces synchronized bioelectrical impulses through neurons. The pattern of electrical impulses does not stay at a static state. It keeps changing as our level of cognitive processing and consciousness alters continuously.
Naim Uddin Forhad
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