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  1. Preparing the next steps of the Human Brain Project

    Core ingredients for the Human Brain Project (HBP): openness, inclusive collaboration and good governance.   Independent experts have now completed their evaluation of the HBP's proposal for a Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA). The experts found ...

    Robert Madelin - 07/08/2015 - 16:15

  2. Human Brain Project at its first buoy!

    Human Brain Project: first assessment, recommendations and challenges ahead. The Commission held the first annual review meeting of the Human Brain Project (HBP) assisted by 19 independent experts, last week, in Brussels. As announced back in September 20 ...

    Thierry Van Der Pyl - 07/08/2015 - 16:13

  3. IM-CLeVeR: Towards Intelligent Humanoids

    This EU funded project came up with new ways through which robots can autonomously acquire an increasingly large amount of knowledge and skills This is a guest blog post written by Gianluca Baldassarre, IM-CLeVeR project coordinator The EU funded project ...

    Gianluca Baldassarre - 31/08/2015 - 10:03

  4. Global competition in exoskeleton research: the winner is the entire human kind!

    World football championship involves millions of supporters around the world, but we need to wait July to see which will be the winning team of the Rivet Cup. Meanwhile someone else has already won a more important competition against their disability: th ...

    Marco Marsella - 02/04/2015 - 12:00

  5. No single roadmap for understanding the human brain

    - The European Commission has received an open letter from a number of scientists expressing concerns about the EU's Human Brain Project, its scope and governance. As a public research funding agency, we take all such signals seriously. We welcome deb ...

    Robert Madelin - 07/08/2015 - 16:19 - 3 comments

  6. New applications through revolutionary BNCI technologies

    BNCI- Brain-Neural-Computer-Interaction- investigates how brain activity can be recorded and used to interact with an electronic device. BNCI uses, for instance, direct electroencephalography (EEG) in combination with information from sensors that capture ...

    Juliette Legros - 10/06/2015 - 16:04