One of the most interesting areas of neuroscience today focuses on interpreting signals from the brain through mobile, wearable headsets. The signals these devices detect can be used to gauge attention and stress levels as well as to receive mental commands from the wearer.
Now imagine you are an employee who needs to take an on-the-job, e-learning training course. Instead of slogging through a tedious, one-size-fits-all employee training, advances in neuroscience technology could be used to adapt your learning experience – even in real time – to your personal needs, pace and preferences.
Curious? Listen to a thought-provoking and very lively discussion with panel experts Prof. Olivier Oullier, President of EMOTIV, and Phil Miseldine, Director of UX Innovation at SAP, who join radio host Bonnie D. Graham to talk about the next frontier of user experience – your brain.
By the way, this is the last episode of our 6-part series. Many thanks to Bonnie D. Graham, for being a superb host, Matteo Rogolino for graphic and social media support during the entire series, Andrea Waisgluss for taking over for me while I was on vacation during episode 5, and of course, a huge thank you to all the panelists for contributing their time and expertise to these lively discussions!