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The study has been presented at the 2011 Augmented Cognition International Conference.
Due to its obvious appeal to the military, the birth of augmented cognition was funded by US taxpayers through the Decade of the Brain and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
Because of diseases like Alzheimer’s, augmented cognition is a serious growth industry.
Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) will leverage its neuroscience-based technologies in augmented cognition by integrating cognitive-state gauges into the TTWCS Tool for Interface Design Evaluation with Sensors (T-TIDES).
Researchers from the US provide expanded chapters on the theoretical and empirical bases for systems that have humanlike qualities and interact with humans, namely physiological indicators of the cognitive state, computational cognitive modeling, automated knowledge capture, augmented cognition, and product applications.
Augmented cognition will demonstrate how biological, physiological, and mechanical monitoring can help, or augment, a human's ability to deal more effectively with high-stress, multiple task environments.
Int'l Conference on Augmented Cognition (1st) and on Human-Computer Interaction (11th: 2005: Las Vegas, NV) Ed.
Patrice Tremoulet, Moorestown, NJ: senior engineer, artificial intelligence laboratory - augmented cognition technologies.