Building the largest BRAIN Bank

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All our EEG information can flow into the cloud, where brain scans are turned into vector images (also known as ‘computer vision,’ which is often used in facial recognition software).

The EEG vector data is then converted for inclusion in graph databases, with the goal of creating neuro-network systems (self-learning machines). This means that the more brains we have in the database, the more accurately the system can assess pathology, abnormalities, and other factors.

Then we can trace illnesses as they emerge, not only vertically (that is, in the course of one patient’s life), but also horizontally, compared with the data of peer patients suffering from—for example—pre-Alzheimer’s Disease, pre-Parkinson’s or dementia. We have already implemented this sort of horizontal analysis successfully, having collaborated with Professor Itil in 2003, using a database of 50,000 brain scans that were gathered from pre-Alzheimer’s patients.

Compile information from other devices and organizations

MemoryMD’s cloud database can compile information from other EEG-devices and organizations, as well as brain scans from the users of neurointerfaces such as BrainBit.

Our code and software have been designed to maximize the potential for integration with other health monitoring systems, including those that have already been adopted by consumers on a mass scale (with more than a billion users) and now host their own cloud storage.

Here we refer to the various wearables marketed for fitness, relaxation, sports, and health (for example, the Callibri smart clothes sensor).

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Our goal: To compile 10,000,000 brain scans by 2025

We are currently building our cloud storage infrastructure in the United States, but plan on expanding to China and India (and perhaps Russia) in the future.

Our goal is to compile 10,000,000 brain scans by 2025, which would allow us to boast the world’s largest library of brains.


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Download our basic research and development materials

– neuroscience of brain –

Dr. Baruch Goldstein & Dr. Vadim Sakharov

ISBN 978-0-9973097-0-6

The human brain and the mechanisms of its activity draw the attention of researchers from various fields. The scientific study of the human brain functions was started by I.M. Sechenov, who published his work “Reflexes of the Brain” in 1863. In that study the question of the objective physiological approach pattern to psychological activity mechanisms was raised for the first time.



Dr. Baruch Goldstein & Dr. HJ Raza, MD 

ISBN 978-0-9973097-1-3

The impact of war on the mental health of soldiers has long been one of the most important consequences of conflict.

There was a lack of emotional, psychological and medical support for war-related brain health issues until the 20th century, when such interventions were effectively supported. The use of EEG is a major step forward in this field.