Creator of Timeflux (https://timeflux.io), an open-source framework for building Brain - Computer Interfaces.
Pierre Clisson (https://clisson.net) wears many hats. He is a freelance engineer and consultant, active in the fields of IT security and artificial intelligence, as well as software and web development. He is also a meditation and lucid dreaming teacher, a digital artist and a performer working with biosignals. A few years ago, all these interests converged on the creation of Timeflux (https://timeflux.io), an open-source framework for building Brain - Computer Interfaces.
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) enable people to control physical devices by using their mind only. This is possible because the electrical activity of the brain, recorded with anelectro-encephalograph (EEG), can be decoded with sophisticated algorithms.The field of BCIs is currently experiencing a momentum, attracting both researchers and hackers. At the same time, a growing number of people rely on the thriving Python data science and machine learning ecosystem. Yet, until recently, there was no fully open source Python framework for building BCIs. Timeflux (www.timeflux.io) aims to fill this gap. Attendees to this workshop will learn how BCIs work, what are the core concepts driving Timeflux, how to describe processing pipelines, how to create interfaces available from a web browser, and how to easily implement their own algorithms for both offline and online use.
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