I am currently working on a new neurotech startup as part of the Entrepreneur First programme in London (UK) and am looking for a Technical Co-Founder to join the fun.
As an overview, I'm exploring new use cases for non-invasive BCIs in direct-to-consumer settings e.g. consumer electronics. One of the major problems with current consumer neurotech is that there is a sub-optimal cost-benefit ratio i.e. the devices are not desirable enough to encourage mass adoption. I believe, once we get it right, the adoption will be exponential.
As a bit of background about me, I studied neuroscience (BSc) and computational neuroscience (MSc) and also previously founded a neurotech company that used EEG to detect changes in brain activity during exercise.
I'm searching for a technical co-founder with a background in areas related to:
Most importantly, I'm looking for someone who shares my passion for neurotech and believes in the global vision of creating consumer-focussed brain-computer interfaces for everyday use.