Recently, the inaugural meeting of Shanghai Future Industry Brain-Computer Interface Expert Committee (hereinafter referred to as the "Expert Committee") was held in Shanghai Institute of Microsystems, Chinese Academy of Sciences. More than 30 experts and representatives from scientific research institutes, well-known domestic universities, cutting-edge technology enterprises and financial institutions were invited to attend the meeting. Shanghai Institute of Microsystems, Chinese Academy of Sciences serves as Chairman of the Expert Committee.
The establishment of the Brain-Computer Interface Committee relying on the Shanghai Industrial Technology Innovation Promotion Association is a concrete action to implement the Action Plan for Shanghai to Build a Future Industrial Innovation Highland and Develop and Expand Future Industrial Clusters. The Expert Committee brings together expert resources such as industrial enterprises, universities and research institutes, and builds an open exchange and cooperation platform for industry-university-research cooperation, which is conducive to building an innovative network ecology integrating upstream and downstream of the industrial chain and cross-industry innovation, strengthening basic research such as brain engineering, brain neuroinformatics and artificial neural network, promoting R&D and innovation of brain-like chips, brain-like micro-nano optoelectronic devices, brain-like computers and neural interfaces, exploring the application of brain-computer junctions in the field of medical rehabilitation, and boosting the healthy and rapid development of Shanghai's future industrial brain-computer junctions.
The meeting voted to pass the Administrative Measures of Shanghai Future Industry Brain-Computer Interface Expert Committee, and elected the chairman and vice-chairmans of the first Expert Committee. Experts attending the meeting exchanged and discussed how to better promote scientific and technological innovation and industrial development in the field of brain-computer interface in Shanghai's future industry.