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Multi-directional gravity assist harness helps rehabilitation

When training to regain movement after stroke or spinal cord injury (SCI), patients must once again learn how to keep their balance during walking movements. Current clinical methods support the weigh...
21 July 2017, by

The rise of China’s medical robotics sector

An emerging need China’s once abundant labor force has contributed to the country’s astonishing economic success in recent decades. But in the coming decades, the percentage of retirees relativ...
22 December 2016, by

Clinical trials begin for Russia’s first medical exoskeleton

Clinical trials of Russia’s first medical exoskeleton have begun in a Moscow hospital, marking the latest step in the Skolkovo-backed innovation’s battle to reach the market....
13 August 2015, by

Rehabilitation support robot “R-cloud” makes muscle movement visible

Associate Professor Toshiaki Tsuji's Laboratory at Saitama University has developed R-cloud, a rehabilitation support robot that enables users to view how their own muscles move during rehabilitation ...
05 December 2013, by

ShanghAI Lectures 2012: Lecture 6 “Evolution: Cognition from scratch”

In this sixth part of the ShanghAI Lecture series, Rolf Pfeifer introduces the topic “Artificial Evolution” and gives examples of evolutionary processes in artificial intelligence. The first guest...
30 March 2013, by

Walkbot – exoskeleton rehab therapy

A Korean exoskeleton robot designed specifically for gait training rehabilitation. See on www.youtube.com Gizmag has the story....
04 January 2013, by



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