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Intelligent Assist Device

An Intelligent Assist Device or IAD refers to any robotic device that possesses sensors capable of registering its environment, is capable of making decisions based on the output of those sensors, and works as a cobot, usually in an industrial or research setting.

Typically they are robotic arms that work with human workers to increase productivity and handle loads a human alone would not be able to manage, as opposed to independent units.

Additionally, the American Robotics Industry Association defines an Intelligent Assist Device as any 'single or multiple axis device that employs a hybrid programmable computer-human control system to provide human strength amplification, guiding surfaces or both'.

See Also: Kinematic Chain, Robot, Cobot

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VR Interfaces: Explorer 500 P Hearing Assist
The Explorer 500 P is a hearing assist device, designed specifically for children and infants. Unlike traditional hearing aids, it employs substantial artificial intelligence software that enables its functionality to grow with the child, maximising development potential for children with hearing disorders.



Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 7th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is a nine hundred page tome containing 73 full papers.





Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 8th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is an eight hundred page tome containing 67 full papers.





Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 9th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is a thousand page tome containing 63 full papers.





Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 6th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is a thousand page tome containing 93 full papers on the development of AI systems, narrative, motivation and emotional control for educational purposes, from 2002.





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Intelligent Mistakes: How to Incorporate Stupidity Into Your AI Code
A gamasutra article on using "intelligent mistakes" to improve the the believability of AI opponents in gameworlds.





    
Complete Website: The Virtual Terrain Project
The VTP was created to assist in the development of the tools and procedures needed to create graphical simulation of more or less anything you could name.



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Da Vinci gains Gaze Assist
A short supplimental artcle concerning the Da-Vinci surgical system, and an incremental improvement to it.



 

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(30/05/2010)
A state-of-the-art heart pump recently approved for use in end-stage cardiac patients has a significantly lower risk for infection than an earlier model of the device, according to researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.


(12/12/2005)
Intelligent rooms are coming. Using machine vision to track movement and recognise gestures, whilst spoken commands are processed through voice recognition, these environments of the near future will basically manage your life with you.


(10/03/2005)
Most people wouldn't want a message from work disrupting their day at the beach. But Eric Horvitz was so happy when it happened to him that he took out a camera and captured the moment in a photo.

The e-mail message had been...


(28/07/2014)
Twisting a screwdriver, removing a bottle cap, and peeling a banana are just a few simple tasks that are tricky to pull off single-handedly. Now a new wrist-mounted robot can provide a helping hand or rather, fingers.

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(19/10/2009)
Computer scientists from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore are working on the development of an efficient and intelligent facial expression recognition system. The system is capable of locating the face region using derivative-b...