Host and Paradromics CEO Matt Angle speaks with Beata Jarosiewicz, Vikash Gilja, Sergey Stavisky, and Frank Willett about how brain computer interfaces can be used to restore communication in patients with tetraplegia. They take a deep dive into state of the art thought-to-text technology compared with the current state of speech decoding.
In this episode, host Matt Angle speaks with Tim Harris, Cindy Chestek, and Philip "Flip" Sabes about the big programmatic challenges in neurotechnology. We talk about the differences between labs, startups, and large research consortia. We discuss the difference between neuroscience and neuroengineering, and Tim explains how one of the biggest breakthroughs in neurophysiology was the product of….lawyers.
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1:49 Braingate Clinical Trial Program |
2:32 Beata’s New Job at Neuralink |
2:43 Stanford Neural Prosthetics Translational Laboratory |
2:53 Leigh Hochberg |
3:05 Andy Schwartz |
5:14 2020 BCI Award|
8:44 Subjective Experience of Control |
10:39 Closed Loop Calibration |
12:08 Animal Models for Prosthesis Development |
14:21 Keyboard Optimization |
15:33 Tablet PC Control Papers | See Also |
16:01 Palm Pilot Graffiti |
16:24 Frank’s Preprint on Handwriting |
17:40 Video Abstract on Frank’s Work |
21:38 Penfield and Boldrey 1937 |
22:04 A Quick, Lay Summary of Penfield’s Work |
24:21 Hand Knob |
26:43 Output-Null Neural State Space Dimensions |
34:23 Matt Kaufman’s Work |
38:29 Vikash’s work with Paul Nuyujukian |
39:07 Mark Churchland |
42:01 Review Paper by Eb Fetz |
44:18 Chang Lab at UCSF |
44:46 Robert Knight’s Group on Speech Decoding | Imagined Speech |
50:38 Speech Decoding in Hand Knob |
50:55 Phoneme Decoding |
52:48 Auditory Decoding in NHPs |
54:58 Moses et al., 2019|
55:12 Makin et al., 2020 |
1:07:11 Nir’s Paper on Error Signals |
//Director & Host: Matt Angle
What is Neurotech Pub?
Paradromics Founder and CEO Matt Angle hosts an informal salon with some of the most influential figures in neurotechnology.