Designing Brain-Computer Interfaces for Attention-Aware Systems
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) hold great promise for improving information delivery and preserving user attention, but this promise has not yet translated to practical use. A prototype BCI that optimizes email notifications in noisy, complex environments, CARSON combines multiple measures from the brain to predict both cognitive workload and message relevancy to determine the optimum time to interrupt the user.
Peck, Evan M.; Carlin, Emily; and Jacob, Robert. "Designing Brain-Computer Interfaces for Attention-Aware Systems." Computer 48, no. 10 (2015) : 34.
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