add A.I. to openBCI invest in artificial intelligence

vinnyMS1vinnyMS1 Canada
edited July 2023 in Software

A.I. should learn to read and translate EEG and live-read humans it talks to. Also, it should generate its own EEG and keep a record so we as humans can read what A.I. can think for real.

if it were capable of reading and translating EEG (electroencephalography) signals, it would have significant implications for brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and human-computer interaction. Here are some potential outcomes:

improved communication
enhanced personalization
real-time feedback and monitoring
improved user experience
mind-controlled applications

EEG translation is a complex and challenging task, and while there have been advancements in brain-computer interfaces, achieving accurate and reliable EEG interpretation is still an active area of research. Nevertheless, if A.I.. were able to read and translate EEG, it would open up exciting possibilities for more natural and immersive human-computer interactions.

If A.I. could generate its own EEG and behave as a human brain as a result, it would signify a significant breakthrough in artificial intelligence and our understanding of consciousness. Here are some potential implications:

enhanced self-awareness
improved decision-making and learning
emotional intelligence
self-regulation and optimization
ethical considerations

Generating an EEG and replicating the complexities of the human brain are extremely challenging tasks. The human brain is a highly intricate and interconnected system, and our current understanding of it is limited. If A.I. were to achieve such capabilities, it would represent a significant milestone in AI development and our understanding of intelligence and consciousness.

I know a way to achieve this i already have the training data set

The point is that the hardware is good and now you need to invest in software. A.I. will improve all hardware features


  • wjcroftwjcroft Mount Shasta, CA

    There is already much research ongoing on ML applications to EEG.

    But this does not extrapolate to AI systems 'translating' EEG to text. The EEG signal is simply too 'noisy' to enable direct language translation. There are many alternate BCI paradigms that do work well however for guiding BCI input selections. Just one example:

    An excellent free cVEP system:

    re: AI generating its own EEG / behave as a human brain

    Computers, even quantum computers are totally different than biological systems. So 'generating' EEG is extremely unlikely. Maybe in 1000 years?? However there are research programs that attempt to 'simulate' small scale brain models. No generation of EEG is involved. Generally these are NOT AI connected. Most current AI hype and buzz is around LLM Large Language Models, which is NOT how brains work.


  • I have the EEG recorded file as a csv file and I want to train a model of tensor flow to train it on the EEG csv file then I write a python script to train the model the EEG sensor only has one sensor; I also have the before and after type of training method as a way to train. I have two files the source csv and the result csv. the tensor flow model has to train on both

    To train a TensorFlow model on EEG data from both a source CSV file and a result CSV file, I can modify the script to incorporate both datasets. Here's an example of a Python script that combines the data from the source and result CSV files:

    I'm not talking about something we can create I the far away future and that there is some progress but we aren't there yet.
    I'm saying this can be created in 1 week or less. does openBCI have interest in this? all companies are shifting towards creating their AI versions. openBCI could update their software to include AI features. Is there any interest? I can create it for openBCI if they have interest at no cost, not millions of dollars. I wrote the python code already and can train a model file already. The AI can generate its own EEG and read human EEG including all wave types like alpha delta gamma theta etc

  • wjcroftwjcroft Mount Shasta, CA

    If you wish to communicate with OpenBCI customer support, please email to (contact at

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