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Invasive vs. Non-Invasive Neuronal Signals for Brain-Machine Interfaces: Will One Prevail?

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Invasive vs. Non-Invasive Neuronal Signals for Brain-Machine Interfaces: Will One Prevail?

Stephan Waldert. Front Neurosci.

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Keywords: Brain computer interface (BCI); EEG; Ethics; LFP; action potentials; intracortical; microstimulation; neuroprosthetics.

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