Time magazine announced the best invention of 2019 on its official website. Time magazine will be the end of each year to choose the world’s most influential invention, the annual list will be evaluated 250 million times a year, the world’s most authoritative product invention list. Apple and Tesla have all made the 2018 and 2017 list. This year’s list includes Facebook’s VR products, the world’s first solar-powered car, and Apple’s latest products.
It is worth mentioning that the world’s first brain-machine interface intelligent prosthesis – brainRobotics intelligent prosthesis from BrainCo (Strong Brain Technology) as the cover of the main push placed in the middle, and commented that “BrainRobotics intelligent prosthesis pioneered the brain machine interface field.”
Time magazine launches 2019 Best Invention of the Year
Even more remarkable is that this award-winning brain-computer interface prosthesis and the famous entrepreneur Ren Zhengfei’s youngdaughter Yao Anna has a deep connection, according to the French media interview with Yao Anna, she once mentioned that during her time at BrainCo was in this prosthetic project, involved in data collection, algorithm training, and help people with disabilities to assemble prosthetics. With about 30 million physically disabled people in China, this revolutionary product will profoundly and radically change the fate of these people with disabilities. Joanna Yao joined the BrainCo team while studying at Harvard and was deeply involved in the development of the project.
Joanna Yao with her family
It is understood that last year BrainCo on the use of brain interface technology, the world’s first person with awareness to control the operation of the prosthesis to play the piano, and Lang Lang in the central one performance.
Paralympic champion Min cheng uses BrainRobotics
BrainCo, the research and development company behind the artificial intelligence prosthesis, is the first company in Harvard’s history to have hatched a Chinese-backed company, and its founder, Han Hao, is a doctoral student at Harvard University’s Center for Brain Science. 2017 was named 35 top scientists under the age of 35 by the 100-year-old technology magazine MIT Technology Review, and along with Elon Musk, has been named five innovators in brain-machine interfaces by the Us media. Their brain-computer interface product, focus, has also been tested and reported by NASA and sold to schools and homes in 15 countries to improve student focus training. Currently, it is the world’s largest leader in research and development in the field of brain-machine interface, and the only company in China that can compete with the U.S. brain-machine interface company. In 2017, BrainCo and its subsidiaries took two seats in the list of the world’s ten brain machine interface companies. (Yu Liu)