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2015

The latest paper from the Robotics lab has received some media attention. A new algorithm was tested in a preliminary study that can see intended actions even when they are disrupted. In the interview for UIC, Horowitz suggested possible future application that include helping stroke patients complete actions even though their muscles might spasm and righting a car the had swerved on ice.

Some of the citations are at:

http://www.techtimes.com/articles/92771/20151008/software-read-mind-good-way.htm

http://fusion.net/story/211095/psychic-robot-study-uic-justin-horowitz/

http://zeenews.india.com/news/science/psychic-algorithm-can-tell-what-humans-meant-to-do_1807638.html

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/psychic-algorithm-can-tell-what-humans-meant-to-do-115100800811_1.html

http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/innovation/psychic-robot-system-guesses-intentions-your-movements-n440541

http://motherboard.vice.com/read/this-psychic-robot-is-here-to-fix-your-mistakes-before-they-happen

Some comments made:

Latest paper published from our group looks at the underlying intent of ones actions.

We know where you would have gone, had you not been disturbed.

The paper is athttp://bit.ly/1NhZUOK


 

Click for the 2008 Ward Rounds Article about Dr. Mussa-Ivaldi's work

 


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