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Cyberdyne has allied with Kawasaki to explore ways to expand real-life applications of robotic exoskeletons.
Users can examine maps of their bike routes and potentially determine which streets are stressing them out.
Brazilian doctor Miguel Nicolelis has led a team of 156 scientists from around the world to create the futuristic exoskeleton.
Brain technology could one day allow humans to naturally control robotic limbs or replace human sight.
The EU-funded “BrainFlight” project is testing thought-controlled flight in a simulator.
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