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Georgia Woman Receives High Tech Bionic Hands

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May 18, 2013
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Aimee Copeland had to have a piece of every limb removed in 2012 as a result of a flesh-eating bacteria.


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Reuters (Apr. 22, 2013) — Researchers at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta are programming robots to work together. The scientists believe that in the future, robotic swarms could play an important role in assessing threats at high profile events like the Boston Marathon where two deadly bombs went off last week.
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England's 'Bionic Man' Visits US

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AP (Oct. 11, 2013) — A robot dubbed 'The Incredible Bionic Man' is making its American debut. Built in the U.K., the 6'5 cyborg uses artificial body parts designed by scientists from around the world. AP was there for its reassembly in New York. (Oct. 11)
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"Bionic Man" Unveiled at London's Science Museum

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AFP (Feb. 5, 2013) — London's Science Museum unveils a million-dollar "bionic man," complete with artificial organs, synthetic blood and robot limbs.
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Researchers Develop First Bionic Hand With Feeling

Researchers Develop First Bionic Hand With Feeling

Newsy (Feb. 18, 2013) — Researchers have developed the first bionic hand that can feel. It will be transplanted later this year.
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