As technology advances, more secrets of our universe are revealed. Few are more important than how our brain works. Using our accumulated knowledge across multiple disciplines, we are making what would have seemed fantastical as little as 100 years ago an achievable reality. That reality is a Brain Machine Interface. This technology-meets-biology works by leveraging how neuronal activity and biological processes create signals that can be detected. Using various means of signal acquisition, we can feed the data gathered to machine learning and deep learning algorithms to extract the meaningful data. With this data, we can translate the useful brain signals to computer source code that can further operate a device or communicate with an application. There are many potentials for this technology - currently none more important than to aid people who suffer disabilities. Of course, as with any new technological advance, there will be difficulties with the actual steps of the process, as well as novel questions on ethics, morality, and potential dangers.