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[original thread: Can BCI be used to type words?]
I'm new to BCI. According to my understanding, one can use a BCI headset (i.e., OpenBCI, etc) to control any arbitrary device by "teaching" it commands. My question is then as follows: is it theoretically possible for someone to grab a BCI headset, and then write a program which allows a user to "teach" the device each and every word in the English language?
For example, the user could set the device to learn the word "cat" by thinking about the word "cat". Then, the next time the user wants to type the word "cat", he or she could just think of the word cat. I think there are about 10,000 words in the English language. As a theoretical thought experiment, do BCI headsets have the capacity to handle such an undertaking (I know it would probably take a ridiculously long time to teach the headset every English word, but I'm just curious)?
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I've tried this in both Windows and Ubuntu but I'm not able to move any further Thank you for helping :)
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