The future of neurostimulation: Smart neuromodulation

Better understanding of the brain alongside the integration of artificial intelligence may represent the future of neuromodulation. From machine learning and novel technology to non-invasive brain-computer interfaces that may hold the potential to repair brain damage; Dirk De Ridder (University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand) speculates what the development of this field permits, as well … Continue reading The future of neurostimulation: Smart neuromodulation