Virtual Conference
Neuroscience conference 2022

Begum Bulgurluoglu

Hisar Schools, Turkey

Title: Neuroengineering, brain-machine interface, and artificial intelligence as the future of treating neurological disorders and diseases

Abstract

Neuroengineering, as an area of study, includes fundamental aspects of those studied in neurosciences. With a focus on the brain, neuroscience wants to “define who we are and what we do '' which includes our memory, our brain circuitry, thoughts, and physical actions. More recently, neuroscience has become interdisciplinary to include the sciences of math, computer science, engineering, and the medical field among others; AI can be argued to have its origins and roots in neurosciences. A particular focus on brain-machine interface, programmed with artificial intelligence, can be technologies that benefit those who suffer from neurological disorders and diseases. The Brain-machine interface, as a point of departure, is where artificial intelligence is located within various neurotechnologies, such as neuroprosthetics, that can be used in medical procedures to treat the symptoms of diverse neurological disorders and diseases. Brain activity interference based on neurotechnology can be very effective, allowing for the successful treatment of brain disorders. In particular, this research will examine the role and function of neuroprosthetics as they are applied in treating diseases such as Parkinson’s, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Epilepsy, Tourette’s Syndrome, and major depressive disorder. The ethical issues that revolve around these technologies will also be explored in order to better understand and research them in the future.

Biography

Begüm Bulgurluoglu was born in 2005 in Istanbul, Turkey. She will graduate from Hisar High School in 2023.
Publications:
B. Bulgurluoglu, “Effects of Childhood Abuse On Adulthood”, Columbia University Book: Steam Punks, 2021, pp 253.
B. Bulgurluoglu, “Dear Diary” Columbia University Book: Origin Stories, 2020, pp 99.
B.Bulgurluoglu “Impacts of Sleep On Memory and Learning”, Hisar Science Newsletter, 2021,pp 8.
B. Bulgurluoglu “Benefits of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine”, Hisar Science Newsletter, 2021, pp 13.
B. Bulgurluoglu “Somatoform Disorders: Psychological Illness Reflecting On Physical Health”, Nexus Magazine, 2022, pp 75.
B. Bulgurluoglu “Shopping and working with AI- a psychological perspective”, 5th Edition of International Conference on NEUROLOGY AND NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS Abstract Book, 2022, pp 53