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Intel details robotic assistive arm for wheelchair users

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Intel today detailed a collaborative research project to develop a robotic arm that assists those in wheelchairs with basic tasks.

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Intel details robotic assistive arm for wheelchair users

Intel details robotic assistive arm for wheelchair users

Intel today detailed a collaborative research project to develop a robotic arm that assists those in wheelchairs with basic tasks.

Intel Scales Neuromorphic System to 100 Million Neurons

Intel Scales Neuromorphic System to 100 Million Neurons

Today Intel unveiled Pohoiki Springs, its latest and most powerful neuromorphic research system providing the computational capacity of 100 million neurons. "Pohoiki Springs scales up our ...

Intel Scales Neuromorphic Research System to 100 Million Neurons

Intel Scales Neuromorphic Research System to 100 Million Neurons

» Download all images (ZIP, 11 MB) What's New: Today, Intel announced the readiness of Pohoiki Springs, its latest and most powerful neuromorphic research

Robotic arms and temporary motorisation – the next generation of wheelchairs

Robotic arms and temporary motorisation – the next generation of wheelchairs

Robotic arms and temporary motorisation – the next generation of wheelchairs

Intel, Brown University collaborate on "intelligent spine technology"

Intel, Brown University collaborate on "intelligent spine technology"

With $6.3 million in DARPA funding, Intel, Brown and other partners will work on building the AI-driven hardware and software needed to treat spinal cord injuries.

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As an example, let us consider the following corpus simple corpus Cex: • Clay loves Mary • Mary loves Clay • Clay loves Mary today • Mary loves Paul today Applying maximum-likelihood ...

Jaco Is a Low-Power Robot Arm That Hooks to Your Wheelchair

Jaco Is a Low-Power Robot Arm That Hooks to Your Wheelchair

The lightweight carbon fiber arm has three fingers and six degrees of freedom

Reconnecting Brain and Spine, AI Can Make Paralysed Patients Move

Reconnecting Brain and Spine, AI Can Make Paralysed Patients Move

Intel and Brown University have started their work in a DARPA-funded Intelligent Spine Interface Project. The project aims at employing AI technology to restore movement and bladder control ...

Robotic rehabilitation and assistive technologies to revolutionize physiotherapy

Robotic rehabilitation and assistive technologies to revolutionize physiotherapy

Robotic rehabilitation and asssitive systems promise to change the treatment of neurophysical conditions, according to Transparency Market Research.

Intel pushes AI to bridge spinal gap in paralyzed patients

Intel pushes AI to bridge spinal gap in paralyzed patients

Chip manufacturer Intel is partnering with Brown University to explore the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to reconnect signals from above and below spinal cord injuries.

Intel and Brown University researchers embark on two-year project to bridge spinal cord breaks using AI

Intel and Brown University researchers embark on two-year project to bridge spinal cord breaks using AI

Researchers at Intel and Brown hope to use a combination of hardware and AI-powered software to bridge damaged nerves in the spinal cord.

Jeff Bezos shows off robotic hands sensitive enough to twirl a Rubik's cube and claims they'll be ready for commercial use within 10 years

Jeff Bezos shows off robotic hands sensitive enough to twirl a Rubik's cube and claims they'll be ready for commercial use within 10 years

In a demonstration at the re:MARS conference in Las Vegas the CEO showed off a duo of surprisingly agile robotic hands that can carry out sophisticated actions using fine motor skills.

Monash University: Research Fellow – AI Optimisation Group (Melbourne, Australia)

Monash University: Research Fellow – AI Optimisation Group (Melbourne, Australia)

At: Monash University Location: Melbourne, Australia Web: www.monash.edu/it/data-science/optimisation Position: Research Fellow - AI Optimisation Group _Enquiries_: Professor Peter Stuckey, ...

Success Story: Deep Learning Brings Touch to Robots

Success Story: Deep Learning Brings Touch to Robots

Deep learning algorithms that enable touch as well as vision can create tremendous opportunities for robotics apps.

Intel's AI wheelchair can be controlled by facial expressions

Intel's AI wheelchair can be controlled by facial expressions

Users can assign a wheelchair movement to a particular facial gesture.

Intel Wants To Use AI To Reconnect Damaged Spinal Nerves

Intel Wants To Use AI To Reconnect Damaged Spinal Nerves

Intel and Brown University have started work on a DARPA-backed Intelligent Spine Interface project that would use AI to restore movement and bladder control for those with serious spinal ...

With Hopes of Helping Paralyzed Patients Regain Movement, Intel and Brown University Deploy AI

With Hopes of Helping Paralyzed Patients Regain Movement, Intel and Brown University Deploy AI

Researchers from Brown University and Intel study using artificial intelligence technology to help patients paralyzed by severe spinal cord injuries.

Robots With 'Hands' That Pick And Pack Delicate Products At Incredibly High Speeds

Robots With 'Hands' That Pick And Pack Delicate Products At Incredibly High Speeds

Advances in robotic pick/pack operations are making it possible for small contract manufacturers based in the U.S. to be globally competitive, particularly if they have built strong ...