We are happy to share insights from the thought-provoking paper authored by Prof. Tanja Schultz and Prof. Alexander Mädche of KD2School. The paper delves into the world of Biosignal-Adaptive Systems, a paradigm that adapts seamlessly to user needs through the interpretation of biosignals and transparent feedback, keeping users actively engaged. BAS stands out with its ultra-low latency, swiftly processing biosignals for instant adaptation and feedback—no longer reliant on explicit input or observable cues. The fusion of smart device sensors and robust machine learning is unleashing real-time biosignal processing, offering users immediate, personalized enhancements across various life aspects. Their paper presents state-of-the-art Biosignal-Adaptive Systems that use biosignals to provide immediate adaptation and feedback to the user, and shows how real-time monitoring of biosignals has the potential to revolutionize digital workplaces for human workers. Ever heard of SmartHelm? Imagine an attention-sensitive smart helmet for urban cargo bikers. By decoding brain and eye activity, it provides real-time assistance, enhancing safety and focus in dynamic city environments. Flow, the state of total engagement, takes center stage in another endeavor. Leveraging biosignals like ECG, the Flow-Adaptive Notification Management System detects and respects workers' flow states, enhancing well-being and performance. Interruptions are thoughtfully managed to maintain the flow experience. Join the conversation around this groundbreaking concept, and let's explore the incredible future BAS promises. Read the full paper “Biosignals meet Adaptive Systems” for further examples of BAS and future research challenges including the ethical consideration.