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Man Feels With Robotic Fingers in DARPA Breakthrough

To adequately mimic the function of a human hand and arm, a robotic prosthetic must interface with the wearer’s nervous system in a way that enables the wearer both to control the arm through brain commands and to receive sensory feedback from the limb. DARPA-funded research …

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Joseph F. Engelberger: The Father of Robotics!

It was only a little more than 50 years ago that the word “robot” was relegated to science the world, lectured and educated; authored textbooks that became the standards in robotics. He cajoled, inspired, and educated more, and finally was heard. He is rightfully known as the Father of Robotics, Joseph F. Engelberger.

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