Robohub notes to the results of the project AIDE, which develops an automated wheelchair with an exoskeleton robotic arm for use in the home. The idea is that the next-generation of wheelchairs could incorporate brain-controlled robotic arms and rentable add-on motors in order to help people with disabilities more easily carry out daily tasks or get around a city. The automated wheelchair uses artificial intelligence to extract relevant information from the user, such as their behaviour, intentions and emotional state, and also analyses its environmental surroundings.

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