Putting the Electrical Patterns Created by Brain Waves to Use

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Ariel Garten, CEO of InteraXon, a company that's trying to make EEG a useful consumer technology for computer interaction and self analysis, gave a fascinating talk at TEDxToronto on possibilities of using the electrical patterns of brain waves as an emerging diagnostic tool for a number of medical conditions.


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