Huawei Human Computer Interaction Application2022-12-04         Follow @huaweinewos Tweet to @huaweinewos
In a bid to allow users to issue human-computer interaction commands without looking directly at visual stimuli, Huawei has been reported to have applied for a brain trademark to venture into the brain-computer interface. Many science fiction movies feature brain-computer interfaces. However, this technology is not yet practical in everyday life.
According to reports, people have studied brain-computer interfaces for more than 40 years. Early implanted devices used in the human body to restore lost hearing, vision, and physical ability have been created and produced based on the long-standing tradition of animal experimentation.
The brain trademark, which is recognized worldwide as a scientific instrument, has been submitted for registration by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., according to information obtained by Mobile China on December 2 from the Qichacha APP. The trademark status is now pending.
According to the report, Huawei submitted two applications for the mind trademark, but both were denied. A patent for Huawei’s brain-computer interface has been published, enabling users to command human-computer interaction without directly addressing visual cues.
Meanwhile, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and Twitter, previously declared that his brain-computer interface startup Neuralink is asking US regulators for permission to conduct human research. Within six months, the company’s brain chip interface is anticipated to begin human clinical trials.
The concept of typing with ideas was shown using monkeys during a Neuralink technology showcase event called “Show and Tell” on November 30. Musk established Neuralink in the hopes of creating a chip that would allow the brain to operate sophisticated electronic equipment, eventually restoring motor function to patients who had been paralyzed or curing brain disorders like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
Accordingly, if this new Huawei brain trademark application is approved, that means the world is moving into the brain-computer interface. With Huawei’s brain-computer, users worldwide can issue human-computer interaction commands without looking directly at visual stimuli.