Can Robot Patients Lead to Better Doctors?


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Robot Patients

Riek and her team have designed new methods for synthesizing pain and stroke on virtual patients and robots. For pain synthesis, the team starts with an existing database of painful-face videos, the UMBC-McMaster shoulder pain archive.

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