AI & Robotics for Good Challenge: Meet the 20 Semifinalists


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RE-ACT Robot Haptic System

This team has created a haptic robotic system to help patients with neural diseases such as strokes regain their motor control function. The team says "Traditional methods of inducing human motion require large and heavy-duty robots, which usually wrap around the limbs causing constraint motion. Our proposed idea will create a more natural and lightweight motion that will not require the user to wear exoskeletons."

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