Computing changes life and technology empowers the future. In this digital age, the creation of new business model and management innovation depend on our human intelligence. The study on human brain relies on the development of new instruments and measuring technologies used to capture our brain activities. Brain-computer interface (BCI) technology is a new research field, involving computer science, neuroscience, cognitive science, biomedical engineering, mathematics, signal processing, clinical medicine, automatic control and other fields. This course helps students acquire and understand current BCI technologies. Using a series of research cases and their applications in management science, medical rehabilitation, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicle, we will introduce the current BCI methods, their related measurement instruments and technologies, adaptive methods, as well as the challenges faced by implementing BCI.