ARTLAB – EPFL / 26.10.17 – 11.02.18


Mental Work is Hiring


Our factory's brain-computer interfaces detect neural signals through workers' skulls. Algorithmic analysis of these signals transforms cognitive activity into physical action.
José Millán Chief Scientific Officer, Mental Work
and Defitech Foundation Chair in Brain-Machine Interface, EPFL

THE WORLD’S FIRST FACTORY OPERATED BY WORKERS’ BRAINWAVES

Nearly two-and-a-half centuries after James Watt launched the Industrial Revolution with the development of the steam engine, exponentially increasing the amount of power in human hands, Switzerland has developed a set of powerful machines controlled by operators' brains. Beginning on 26 October, EPFL ArtLab in Lausanne will put these machines to work in the first factory dedicated to the Cognitive Revolution.


MENTAL WORK IS HIRING


Sign up for a 90-minute work period at ArtLab on the EPFL campus in Lausanne. Sessions begin on 27 October. Training is included and no prior experience is required.



TO BEGIN THE EMPLOYMENT PROCESS, FILL OUT THE FORM ON THE RIGHT BOTTOM.

Important:
Mental Workers must be at least 14 years of age and capable to understand the instructions in English or French. Our facilities are not able to accommodate individuals with involuntary movements, attention deficiency (moderated to severe), understanding disorders, and severe visual impairment.


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press@mentalwork.net

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