Here is a list of all the sources we explored in the development of this website. Some of these may not have been directly referenced within the site, but we are choosing to provide them to you so that you may explore them at will. These are all relevant in the BCI world and should provide you with even more information regarding BCI development, current and future implementations, and how these uses could affect society. Thank you for exploring our site!


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