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Our award-winning software reads brain waves and ‘converts thoughts into actions’.
Our hardware-agnostic software pushes the boundaries of machine learning to fully unlock the power of next-gen brain-computer interfaces
Cogitat uses AI to read brain waves and convert them into digital commands. Our aim is to be the leading machine-learning driven, electroencephalogram (“EEG”) decoding software company. With EEG software inadequate for the wearable revolution, we provide a viable solution to reliably convert thoughts into actions via device and subject agnostic technology.
By creating a unique connection between mind, body and machine, Cogitat empowers inclusive Virtual Reality applications. Our software technology enables all users - including those with physical impairments - to actively participate in the upcoming, immersive metaverse.
Our plug-and-play software allows scalability in the new era of wearable devices, combining world-leading machine learning with world-leading neuro-informatics. We are taking EEG decoding out of the lab and bringing it into people’s homes.
#1 in the first-of-its kind ‘Benchmarks for EEG Transfer Learning’ competition at the world’s premier machine-learning conference.
We create core IP with cutting-edge AI/ML-empowered brainwave decoders trained on real-life EEG data
We develop device-agnostic technology that can interface with any EEG headset and sensor configuration, including devices that haven’t even hit the market!
We equip our brainwave decoders with ground-breaking robustness to real-world EEG signal quality problems, such as poor skin-sensor contact or even sensor hardware failures.
We build person-independent brainwave decoders, ready to operate on new users and boost plug-and-play brain-computer interaction without the need for long calibration sessions.
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“We could have VR games for rehabilitation, or games that could improve reaction times and performance in sports.”