HCENAT Project

Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement, 2014-2017

About the project | Project Partners and People Norway GrantsCZ

logosThe project Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement benefits from a €611.065  grant from Norway through the Norway Grants.

The Programme Operator of Czech-Norwegian research programme is Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic.

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Human Cognitive Enhancement Wiki - HCEwiki


HCE WikiThe Human Cognitive Enhancement Wiki, or HCEwiki in short, serves as an encyclopaedia of technologies that enhance or otherwise modify human cognition. It was developed under "Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement" (HCENAT) project and is now open for any reader and/or contributor interested in such topics.

Key-to-Voice: Conceptual Keyboard


Key-to-VoiceAs one of the results of Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement (HCENAT) project, we developed a conceptual keyboard for hospitalized patients who, for some reason, are unable to speak.

Speech Synthesis as a Substitute for Lost Voice


Speech conservation bookletBefore the end of HCENAT project, we took the opportunity to revise an information booklet on Speech Synthesis. An updated version has been published under a new title: Speech Synthesis as a Substitute for Lost Voice.

Report on Responsible Research and Innovation for Human Cognitive Enhancement


Report on RRI for HCEBased on the international workshop in Brussels and a long-term research under "Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement" (HCENAT) project, the team at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences prepared a report on Responsible Research and Innovation for Human Cognitive Enhancement.

International workshop: Should we fund human cognitive enhancement research?


International workshop at Brussels, 13th January, 2017, sought answers to theese questions: In what way could research policy actively engage in the area of human cognitive enhancement (HCE)? Can strategic funding of select areas of HCE be used to address societal challenges, such as health, ageing, better learning and increased productivity? How might responsible research and innovation (RRI) be used to inform such a funding approach?

Human cognitive enhancement tested in virtual city environment


Just Published: Fajnerova, I., Hejtmanek, L., Rydlo, H., Motyl, J. Oravcova, I., Zitka,T., Hranicka, J., Horacek, J., Zackova, E. (2016): Human cognitive enhancement tested in virtual city environment. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies (ICDVRAT 2016), 20-22 Sept 2016, California, pp. 295-298. ISBN 978-0-7049-1547-3

Polomnožiny a emergence v umělé inteligenci


Filosofický časopis 4/2016Just Published: Romportl, J. (2016): Polomnožiny a emergence v umělé inteligenci. Filosofický časopis 4/2016. ISSN 0015-1831

Project HCENAT at Oslo Science Week


During September 2016, multiple events promoting the activities of HCENAT project and its team occurred in Norway.

Designing High-Coverage Multi-level Text Corpus for Non-professional-voice Conservation


Speech and ComputerJust Published: Jůzová, M., Tihelka, D., Matoušek, J. (2016): Designing High-Coverage Multi-level Text Corpus for Non-professional-voice Conservation. In: Andrey Ronzhin, Rodmonga Potapova, Géza Németh (2016) Speech and Computer. Volume 9811 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp 207-215. ISBN: 978-3-319-43957-0 (Print) 978-3-319-43958-7 (Online). doi:10.1007/978-3-319-43958-7_24

Report on Health Aspects of Augmented Reality Glasses


Report on Health Issues of AR GlassesIn relation to the experiments with smartglasses which we did under "Naturalness in Human Cognitive Enhancement" (HCENAT) project, we also examined the healt issues connected to these devices. You can read about our findings in the Report on Health Aspects of Augmented Reality Glasses.