It is related to class because he discusses in broad about motor control. Discusses motor control across age. He give different perspectives and highly motivating.I want to keep it on the shelf purely for motivation reasons.
Published on Mar 3, 2016
Presentation by Steven Chase, Assistant Professor, Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition and Biomedical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Chase uses brain-computer interfaces to study motor learning and skill acquisition. His work stands to provide a better understanding of how movement information is represented in networks of neurons in the brain and will inform the development of neural prosthetics.
Carnegie Mellon’s BrainHub research initiative builds on the university’s strengths in biology, computer science, psychology, statistics and engineering to study on how the structure and activity of the brain give rise to complex behaviors, and develops new technologies that stand to transform neuroscience.