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Anyone familiar with classic science-fiction may have an underlying fear of artificial intelligence. While true AI may still be several decades away, German industrial robotics corporation Festo has created something eerily similar.
Prosthetic limbs have evolved from hooks and peg legs to more functional replacements, culminating in robotic limbs that amputees can control with their minds. However, bionic limbs still lack sensory feedback—for now.
The Infinite Socket has been well received by clinicians and the amputee community nationwide. San Francisco, California (PRWEB) March 09, 2015
Three men suffering from severe nerve damage volunteered to have their hands amputated and replaced with mind-controlled bionic prostheses, according to research published Tuesday in the medical journal The Lancet.
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Rehabilitation experts at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine hope to one day give people with an arm amputation a prosthetic limb that not only moves like a natural one, but “feels”
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In a year that saw some remarkable stories about 3D printing, not least the astronaut who was emailed a wrench by NASA, we end with news that prosthetic limbs could be made cheaper and better-fitting and be more efficiently produced by printing them out in 3D.
Engineers from the University of Pittsburgh have successfully developed a system that allowed a woman to maneuver a robotic arm in ten different directions by only using her thought.
Finally, say goodbye to running injuries SYDNEY, Dec. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Running has never been more popular.
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