The start-up wants to promote professional integration with Inclusive Brain AI

You have a nugget and a future world leader! », CCI Aix-Marseille Provence (CCIAMP) President Jean-Luc Chauvin describes the innovationInclusive brain. Young company from Marseille, Expert Artificial intelligence (AI) and neurotechnology, Sensorimotors have created digital twin children of the human brain to compensate for the loss of mobility and / or limbs of individuals with disabilities, sometimes voice. With one purpose: Re-insert These people are often omitted In the professional and educational world.

The direct connection between the brain (brain control) and the connected object

The digital twins designed by this start-up match the virtual lining of human body parts. They are developed using a new generation of brain-machine interfaces. This process A direct link system between a brain and a computer, Allowing a person to perform tasks without affecting their peripheral nerves and muscles. He can then control various connected objects by thought (or mental order) without using his hands, arms or legs.

Tempted by this innovation, CCIAMP signed a partnership agreement on 14 June. Inclusive brain And seeks to promote the inclusion and professional integration of people with motor and / or cognitive impairments, supporting this young shoot in its approach. “We will be successful when we find enough jobs to allow people with disabilities to have a job that integrates them into the world of work, but above all in life. “Jean-Luc Chauvin said. For example, the chamber plans to hostA trainee with a disability in its communication department. It will be commissioned on an editorial support. His thoughts may be Duplicate On the computer.

Examine real life and work situations

For Paul Barbast, its president and co-founderInclusive brain With Olivier Olivier, Mission Hall ” Promoting disability as an engine of economic growth “He further certifies that” A four-way person will be able to think and write a document. He promised a reasonable price for acquiring this technology. “ Like any innovative company, we need funding, but above all individuals and organizations who trust us, like CCIAMP. So we can test and improve Our self-financing prototype Under real living and working conditions. The goal is to democratize our interfaces to help as many people with disabilities study and integrate into professional life as possible. This partnership is therefore a big step in our development. “, Explain the two founders.

Following the recent acquisition of La French Tech Ax-Marseille, Inclusive brain CL’Hub will also join Bouches-du-Rhône, a chamber club that liaises partners with committed companies for inclusion in the division.

AI will be tested in the Mona Lisa exhibition

To highlight their innovations, Inclusive brain As part of this it offers testing Exhibition “Mona Lisa, Submerged Exhibition, Visible until 21 August, Palais de la Borse, Marseille. The principle is simple: Volunteer viewers will use an original solution by combining a digital twin to reproduce Leonardo da Vinci’s brushstroke while combining their own emotions. To do this, they would be equipped with a device that would record their brain activity, their movements and their facial expressions. Data will be processed and integrated into the work by combining the artist’s style and the content of the one-day painter.

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These interfaces can also be tested during events organized by CCIAMP’s Artificial Intelligence Lab Reality.

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