Finally, an article on the health technology front: Robot legs to help the frail and disabled walk! A company in Japan called Cyberdyne (yes, I said Cyberdyne. Don’t get me started on the whole Terminator connection
Sophie de Oliveira: rompiendo las barreras sociales
"3-D Printer Brings Dexterity To Children With No Fingers": NPR. Pic caption: One version of the Robohand includes 3-D printed parts assembled with metal hardware. New parts can be easily "printed" as the child grows.
Off the coast of #Somalia, a #sailor on board the #French #ship Sirocco observes two dhows through binoculars, establishing they are both bona fide fishing vessels. The presence of an international armada and the deterrents put in place by shipping companies have reduced piracy off the Somali coast and in the #Gulf of Aden to practically nothing. But the threat is still very present. #Puntland #World #News #Dunya #TV #Somali #People
Researchers link brains, control each other's actions via the internet (video)