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Robotic exoskeleton uses machine learning to help users with mobility impairments #WearableWednesday

Researchers are developing this exoskeleton to help with mobility. The two main aims are keeping it lightweight and having the device accurately interpret the users muscle movements.Via TechXplore:Researchers from the RIKEN Guardian Robot Project and collaborators have used a combination of lightweight material engineering and artificial intelligence to create an exoskeleton robot that could help […]

Researchers are developing this exoskeleton to help with mobility. The two main aims are keeping it lightweight and having the device accurately interpret the users muscle movements.Via TechXplore:Researchers from the RIKEN Guardian Robot Project and collaborators have used a combination of lightweight material engineering and artificial intelligence to create an exoskeleton robot that could help […]

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