Brain-Computer Interfaces

Turning Data Into Medicine

Our physical capabilities do not define us, but they may limit us.

Injuries and illnesses have serious consequences, especially when they affect the brain and nervous system, but they shouldn’t diminish our dignity or our worth.  

The brain and nervous system are the hardest parts of the human body to treat and repair.

We live in a connected world, but when our own physical connections to the world are severed, we cannot easily repair them. In the absence of direct cures for conditions such as paralysis, blindness, deafness, and mental illness, we need to look for functionally restorative therapies.

Brain-computer interface technology will open up new opportunities.

In order to enable new, effective therapies for brain-related disorders, we need to build technologies that can communicate effectively with the brain. This means developing a specialized data interface that will translate between bioelectric and digital signals.

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Turning data into medicine.

Paradromics is developing an implantable chip that will record and stimulate electrical activity in the brain, allowing brains and computers to directly exchange data. It’s like a broadband modem for the brain, and will enable a new industry built on advanced prosthetics and bioelectronic therapeutic devices.

We envision a future where physical and mental health challenges have been reduced to technical implementations.

This won’t happen overnight, but it is happening. At Paradromics, we see an opportunity to build remarkable new technologies and to pit them against physical limitations and mental illness. That’s why we are bringing to market the world’s first high data rate brain-computer interface.