Brazilian tech company Hoobox Robotics teamed up with Intel to create a wheelchair that can be steered using facial expressions. The system is composed of an AI-driven program and cameras that translate users’ facial expressions into commands, intended for paralyzed patients.

Nicknamed “Wheelie 7”, the kit’s AI uses algorithms to process data in real time and move the wheelchair via programmed gestures like blinking, smirking, frowning, smiling or even sticking out the tongue. To read the full story, go here:

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