014 – AJ Keller
AJ Keller is co-founder and CEO of Neurosity, which is building consumer brain-computer interfaces. AJ has worked extensively on many parts of BCI pipelines, and helped design and build the WiFi Shield for OpenBCI.
Top 3 Takeaways
- OpenBCI was a critical innovation for neurotechnology.
- Developer tools are the critical component to making consumer BCI a successful platform.
- Be careful and responsible with neurodata.
- [0:45] AJ discusses his background and how he got interested in neuroscience.
- [2:57] OpenBCI and EEG.
- [5:41] AJ’s experience working with OpenBCI.
- [8:15] Neuroscientists vs. computer scientists in BCI.
- [9:08] Coolest OpenBCI problem applications.
- [11:10] AJ talks about his company, Neurosity.
- [13:08] How do we get consumer adoption of neurotech?
- [16:10] Importance of comfortable, non-invasive BCIs.
- [18:32] The first killer app of consumer neurotech.
- [22:92] Neurotech & privacy.
- [25:27] AJ’s favorite neuroscience book.
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