The i-Brain development team represented by Professor Lev Aleksandrovich Stankevich and Phillip Gundelah gave an extended interview on the use of the neurocomplex to restore mobility of people after stroke.
Further to the article, many public media, both Russian and English, showed significant interest. Thus, the interview has received very wide publicity in the media, thanks to which an increasing number of potential users can find out what prospects modern AI based technologies might offer.
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As part of the interview, our colleagues spoke about all stages of work with a user with movement disorders: preliminary training of an AI system, assessment of individual characteristics, and rehabilitation process itself in the form of a computer game.
Actually, the gamification of the training process and the active involvement of the patient are one of the main advantages of our complex. One of the games is an orchard, in which “an avatar walks through the garden and picks fruits: the more true“ imaginations ”of movements, the more fruits he collects, the more effective the physical training will be,” Philip said in the interview. Thus, a user can see the real result of his mental effort.
The number of games is planned to increase due to the involvement of the developer volunteer community. In the near future, the i-Brain team will test new gaming applications. Follow the news.