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Prologue

Reemerging but it’s percolating,
a serpent-head-shaped blackness, an exoskeleton
to be cut out of a wrecked vehicle
ribs move out and up,
counterclockwise they mix… 167 more words

Wearable robots help put paralyzed people in motion

MARLBORO — Gene Laureano rolls his wheelchair next to an upholstered office chair holding a device that looks like a combination back and leg brace, and with one thrust of his arms transfers his body out of the wheelchair and into the contraption. 1,067 more words

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Sophie Morgan - Walking with REX, the hands-free robotic exoskeleton

Publicado el 03/04/2014

Sophie Morgan discusses the benefits of using REX Personal, the world’s first hands-free, self-supporting robotic exoskeleton.

REX® is the world’s first hands-free, self-supporting, independently controlled robotic walking device – designed from concept to finished product with mobility impaired users in mind. 121 more words

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5 Friday reads in Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Driverless Cars

The Future of Artificial Intelligence – In Conversation with Cognitive Psychologist with Gary Marcus (PBS)

DARPA’s New Biotech Division Wants to Create A Transhuman Future ( 62 more words

Machine Economy

A random walk with HAL the friendly Exoskeleton

In hospitals and nursing homes in Japan, disabled people are learning to walk again by wearing a robot suit. The suit ironically named HAL, for the Hybrid Assistive Limb, is strapped to one or both legs to help the patient regain mobility. 562 more words

Machine Economy

Bread – Exoskeleton

Readings for Wednesday, April 2, 2014, designated by the 1979 Book of Common Prayer: Gen. 50:15-26; 1 Cor. 12:1-11; Mark 8:11-26; Psalms 101,109,119:121-144

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Most people will look at the “Bread” word “exoskeleton,” and say “what?” I don’t blame them. 581 more words