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mini RAMA on 1st step trial

#2023. W 31 D 3 GMT +08:00. Indicate #151 days to go in 2023. Our neural interfaces have given us remarkable results in our previous research. In this continuous research, we analyzed noninvasive brain-computer interfaces again due to considerable advantages, including simplicity, safety, and low cost. At the same time, recent advances aim at improving past technological and neurophysiological limitations. However, we should get aware that most of the existing robotic arm’s grasp detection work is highly dependent on their edge computing ability, and the safety problems in the process of grasp detection need further consideration. The methodology in early is demonstrated through a case study of a realistic table environment of a cluttered laboratory room. Collaborative robotic service arms get synthesized using the proposed method, resulting capability to fulfill several different tasks effectively.