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Researchers fitted exoskeleton users with cameras and are optimizing computer software to process the video feed to recognize stairs, doors and other surroundings. | Photo Credit: University of Waterloo

Robotics researchers are developing exoskeletons and prosthetic legs capable of making control decisions on their own using sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

The system combines computer vision and deep learning to mimic how able-bodied people walk by seeing their surroundings and adjusting their movements.

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