Brain technology

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Brain technology, or self-learning know-how systems, defines a technology that employs latest findings in neuroscience. The term was first introduced by the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Zurich, Switzerland, in the context of the Roboy project.[1] Brain Technology can be employed in robots,[2] know-how management systems[3] and any other application with self-learning capabilities. In particular, Brain Technology applications allow the visualization of the underlying learning architecture often coined as “know-how maps”.


  1. ^ NZZ- Die Zangengeburt eines möglichen Stammvaters. Website Neue Zürcher Zeitung. Seen 16. August 2013.
  2. ^ Official Homepage Roboy. Website Roboy. Seen 16. August 2013.
  3. ^ Official Homepage Starmind. Website Starmind. Seen 16. August 2013.