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Willow Garage scientists who make robots to help disabled people | Mercury News


curated by | December 3, 2012

“Their project is called the Robots for Humanity. And, says Romania-born Ciocarlie, ‘with PR2, we hope to use mobile manipulation to help people with disabilities regain a sense of independence. Our goal is to see if we can get robots to escape factories and work in less-structured, more personal environments, like inside people’s homes.’”

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