Robotics interface are now able to be connected with our brain. This is here a very good sample of these new natural user interface that will be used in the near future by everybody.
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Video: A year after losing her hands and feet to a flesh-eating bacteria, Aimee Copeland is adjusting to life as the first woman to receive state-of-the-art prosthetic hands. She talks about how she’s coping with her losses and her hopes for the future. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
- Touch Bionics (Company web site)
- Aimee Copeland, Flesh Eating Bacteria Survivor, Receives State of the Art Prosthetic Hands (latinospost.com)
- Will Robots Social Network When They Eclipse Man’s Intelligence? [Videos] (inventorspot.com)
- Brave flesh-eating bacteria victim, Aimee Copeland gets bionic hands (voxxi.com)
- Victim of Flesh-eating Bacteria Receives Revolutionary Bionic Hands (natureworldnews.com)
by Jonathan Strickland (courtesy fwthinking)
I’m the first to admit that I’m snarky, sarcastic and goofy. But I’m also honestly optimistic about the future. Much of that is because I’ve seen some great stories come out of what was first a tragic set of circumstances. That’s the case with Aimee Copeland.
Miss Copeland suffered an injury while going on a zip-lining adventure. The injury led to a battle with flesh-eating bacteria, which ultimately required Copeland to have a leg and both her hands amputated. I can’t imagine how tough it was for her to go through all that.
Today, Copeland has a new set of hands courtesy of a company called Touch Bionics. Normally, these hands would cost around $100,000 but the company gifted them to Copeland free of charge.
Now, I don’t expect tech companies to display altruistic behavior for every person who would benefit from their products…
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