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It’s the first study to show that brain chips can assist paralyzed people to perform complex real-world tasks.
They may help efforts to bring the Fukushima plant under control, but are generally expensive and problematic.
During the past 12 months, robots got better at grasping, smiling, and avoiding angry humans.
ICRA 2009 will showcase everything from tree-climbing machines to robots that politely ask for directions.
Advances in robotics for personal assistance, medicine, and the military in 2008.
A robot inspired by helper dogs could assist the disabled and the elderly.
Georgia Tech’s prototype robot responds to instructions given with an ordinary laser pointer.