The Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Society is a member driven organization with 300+ members located in over 24 countries around the world. The BCI Society was formally established on March 13, 2015 as an international organization that is legally based in the Netherlands.
The purpose of the BCI Society is “to foster research leading to technologies that enable people to interact with the world through brain signals.”
To serve this purpose, it will:
- Organize meetings
- Collaborate with other BCI-related organizations and individuals
- Share research and information among its members
- Provide BCI-related information and advice to scientific, technical, or clinical organizations, governmental or regulatory entities, scientific or popular media, and the general public
- Engage in other activities designed to achieve the central purpose of the Society