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In her doctoral thesis at ETH Zürich, Jessica Gantenbein explores assistive technologies for people with motor impairments, emphasizing the importance of selecting effective intention detection strategies (IDS) for robotic technology. She conducted a survey among the users of robotic assistive technology at the CYBATHLON Global Edition 2020 and investigated which IDS are actually used in a more daily-life-oriented context. She highlights the challenge of balancing usability and low-effort contr ...
Exoskelette werden sowohl in der Therapie wie auch im Alltag eingesetzt. CYBATHLON Erfinder Prof. Dr. Robert Riener hielt hierzu einen spannenden Vortrag im Schweizer Paraplegiker Zentrum in Nottwil. Unter diesem Link finden Sie den Vortrag in ganzer Länge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVP2n2bZunU
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In this Forbes news, Bernard Marr explores the fascinating intersection of human brains and cutting-edge technology! Today, our most advanced artificial intelligence (AI) is pushing the boundaries of understanding the human brain, aiming for a harmonious blend of biological complexity and digital precision. Advances in wearables and brain-to-brain interfaces are transforming possibilities. Researchers use machine learning to classify mental states and neural networks to reproduce images and musi ...
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CYBATHLON provides a platform that challenges teams globally to develop assistive technologies suitable for everyday use, with and for people with disabilities. We promote design as a force to change – good and user-centred design is inclusive. We foster dialogue for greater inclusion that can break down barriers and make the difference between enabling and denying.
Initiated as a non-profit project of ETH Zurich, CYBATHLON is a platform for competitions and events that throw a spotlight on innovators of assistive technologies, partners and agencies that provide opportunities to place these new technologies in the hands of the people who need and use them.More About Us