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tv   Robo Gal  Al Jazeera  March 13, 2020 8:32am-9:00am +03

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when you. really robot right. when i was your age i read about barry bonds and i think what they were looking out of ok then you can how do you remember. what you do and what you know but when i when i'm older i want to work with robots i want to build robots. or you are going to. be ready yet. i own without her so i'm going to have to make the robot. like. a little bit
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too much you know like a i think. you really. just really just let it go. thank you and then it's going right back to what i was like right in the fucking guard. so as 19 at the time in my 2nd year at university and i saw all my classes and my she tauriel so there were very few goes my quasi and my professor told me that this is a big problem not just in no band but all travis trailer in the wild that i thought oh i could do something about it oh ok was angled through much or through little. too much. so once i decided that i was going to do this i recruited a few of my friends and so i start designing these robotics workshops and so we had
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the 60 people sign up for a break i was with him greatly with us actually 1st meeting in the 1st 3 months before 124 go from 5 schools around open. it changed everything going to like it just gave us a. national platform to spread our message and. i was impacting hundreds of people way thousands of people alone with thomas you know or learning about us and thinking about how to get engaged and involved and that just had a ripple effect in terms of boston getting out there and doing war crimes was coming
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in. had no idea what engineering is on the facts they tell us things like. i thought it had to do with engines. have to do with metal i thought they would train drive ins and my personal favorite . i was wondering if you know you sheldon of the big bang theory. in my head my friends was just sort of busy in the end i did 140 speaking. in 8 months and so i was like everywhere and giving my 20 speeches along we need to be teaching our kids from it's only as primary school how to make stuff. i think i thought cutting through while very good and i was going to hear. that. if i get it wrong the real thing it's a lot of work to fix
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a. these are telephones very well if they allow people to be moved to places simply asleep they should be is sounds of africa and how these 3 boats in melbourne australia and remarkably down to the very bottom and have a midi in mobile while having your meetings and going about your life in prison same time. it's so exciting the sick knology because it gives you a super power of. being more than who they are you using technology to amplify your empower. so we've got full reverse sort of even. with good reports here the fully builds and just say any. final victory rigorous testing. you know should make sure they cost everything and say during this in the back to be fixed. i always try to think of.
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my robots in terms of how they can be useful to people at the disability. and we decided that would put the ability to recognize objects on the fire so people with better vision would be able to recognise everyday objects just by pointing to for a not a. hey guys sure you are. going to be demonstrating a new app for the blind that point really enjoying it is called a i believe so we can detect objects you put your phone and object it will try to. love referring to the so-called good who had a blind school contact also in favor they were teaching in their classrooms and the girls in particular really life to it because it meant that when they went to the bathrooms they didn't have to feel around for the the same the toilet or been that
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way it made their whole experience hi jean. sasha we are through it all yes mounting hole in the double of the neck straight yeah. yeah no horns and i mean. yes. our robots can see. we really have to come up with a variety of control and. different people have different. in terms of their ability to move ahead on their. own. so that's. serious just.
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so much. so it's. just. just. takes. shape. not being. hands just i was for years now. i was syriac iraq. look at this they're. the guys he's research tells me how he wants to project on. in simple terms i am he's human right about just
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perform the tasks he tells me to perform and to complete those projects airport for 46 roi. that's fine that's a good side to the other one yes. the robot is easy and i can show him what's happening and have the procedures progressing leave some extra yeah he gives me if you're short messages any questions all asking all right i'll leave a little bit extra. so. it's. yours. ok it's. just us. us. 3 hours. if both
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really heartwarming but ryan's easing is teleport and life is better for him in some way. people with limited auckland mobility they want to just feel like a few men here is a would be independent and 3 things by themselves i think it's really important to listen and just get into that weldon be there for them. but leave that at that. like you say roar of the soldiery was. before i felt anything i spoke to pay for over from the strolling quite a play association i reached out to friends and was introduced to friends he had played and they told me that i'm really excited about robotics being able to give them the ability to have independence and. that all shows around the house for
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themselves so i made the robot arm for peace with limited awful in my ability in order to fix things up off the ground 0 or eyebrow given solitary. break even in terms of the. compactness its functionality if you said we want to. be able to lift milk. and so like the idea or around which chamber it was formed this is a hybrid of shiva and teleport. so in terms of being her forward and backwards left. like a crab and rotational that's 3 degrees of freedom we're actually c.r.
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at another trait of her is afraid on and with. murder. lifting up the over and the wrists and all the. 7 degrees of freedom. and then being able to rotate the hand that's out after freedom in this robot arm. the math is quite complicated because a so major is afraid on the so many different joints and also figuring out how to get from one place to an all ball and where all the joy stationary in order to forget about is as also quite challenging sorry. it's it's a very interesting problem. so once it has teleports head he'll be like a tele presence robot with an a to her freedom should for we do all that would actually have to get an end
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effector off cheever and put on the hand that has a hand to pick things are. really important to understand through your booty. and get into their well until you actually talk to them you never actually nor they have insights that you never thought of. the paperwork a strong quarter pledge to association either have a disability or work with people with a disability all the time and server to get their feedback was really important so we took this robot on and this robot and we combine those here together all and we made this 8 degree or freedom robot on the can list 3 killer is. from 80 centimeters away so you're in a chair you know like control your robot walk in front of me or the door fear you
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have your own personal. but i guess he could like attach a you know him a portable back into the hands and have to just walk around from the other concept specially opinion program that's thought to measure imagination how to use it around the house all the sorts of things. they're quite hard to put in the house we're born to use time to explore more and more always toward still more problems chocolate so i can go out you know this can reach to that hard time oh i'm going to chuckle something else well you see the broom and look at them to catch it. is another a protestant save cup pre-prepared me it was in the fridge open the fridge door take it out there tell you believe it to i've been to a touch and mark wiped oh again droppin it the buttons it can and did and it got there independent you know dinner is ready for them as well this is a great sea for those clients who don't want that 24 seventh's you know we've got
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quite a few clients that just get sick of someone always having to baby that want to be a lie and those days are gone for them. well sixties although i didn't say that with my colleagues coming. and i'll see if i can. say $100.00 plays out. the list by the g.d. and get to trial on top of this while on the way this plan lead the higher up journalists in ability fought. side by tie these in my head. so that's what i'm told this was my team. i think i make camp and eat. the same good however they might see you again as i get to see you here will be looking well. i think it's a decent rate song here as well as catch up sorry tell me. yeah if you
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had a robot he found what would you want to do with that will cause a lot to be as independent as possible. that the wired dot what i got and what they wrote me to. come up i saw this good blow out like this. yeah i was well up quick and he actually rather than blowing his yeah we're out getting a drink quite a time ago care to hold my drink bottled up car feel a bit sorry for them that that will stand there then one could try and calling himself would be. you all may not feel for about any of the little things like i feel like it's the little things that really make a big difference who i am where you people. when up is making them. and i want to shake their hands. i want to shake my hand so. i don't feel so awkward with the. value of human like. claim
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when i calculate the vacuum. that's i will usually go to marry you if. you go to express my warmest wants them. yet i never went to the pub where i caught the fire and take their heads. so the clouds spread no doubt whether look there was a way to be a little weak signal moving out. the other side the side why i didn't touch my. team that's my way yeah that's what i usually do when i when i meet someone yeah but usually i just i just reach out and i just touch it and i like and i think i lace it softly with. the space that interaction it yeah yeah just there's a connection. that has very hard and i was. there for months rather of the mouth from. that for
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a good period while my disability to. someone's brain and you'd be integrated produced by kids that's mostly bad with their honestly. and that's why what they cover. when you go and meet with people and they give you feedback on a project you're watching on they really reiterate their parties and their priorities become your priorities for your project and what you're trying to achieve. put another controller on it. and we actually took. it apart and it wasn't. the right way to put it.
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in a different. good . i think one of the wisest came out. did some of it is.
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small on what is the hotel room. she works really hard so but my brother and i could get his a paper in various extracurricular activities and we could get a good education and it made me think if i became an entrepreneur and you know if everything went badly i think she thought i could get a look at it and get any job and just provide for my family and sir i gave me a lot of freedom. i knew that even if i wanted everything with air it's a. great pleasure to kick off for seedings with them. please welcome. remembering. how i used
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and when i received the study mechanical engineering at imperial college in london when i 1st arrived i thought it would be so great to have our regulars here then we could be global. no one showed up to the 1st meeting. and so when i realised it's not for about half an hour i cried. that experience really taught me that it's ok to have things not work out as long as you learn from your mistakes. from them and keep going. and just. the right.
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let's see. what are we. 5 going to get the ribbon on grabs. on. to some by c. function back. i think something must the. ways and they're behaving as if they couldn't figure out why. when you prototype something is a lot of temporary ways of doing things in the is why. they're also
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made using like temporary prototyping kinect is. a. great success with. a lot of patients. and. be. have a lot more function when it's finished well i mean we're so pretty early in the process. yeah i just want to get it working and get it out there. but treasury being. polite enough to
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ask someone else to help me. yeah you fold to the guy. what makes sense right mall complicated and all those is that we have to have 9 murders compared to 3 and tell boy 6 in general i'm sorry you've got to find a nation of things i can. just call the process it just makes us realize that what we need to work on and make reliable before we can move forward. is way too many. of just one single brain surgery we need always cost. to match will say well why don't we. always have my doubts but things were. but
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i also learned get so excited about what i'm creating because i know that i'll learn a lot and i know that i'll be a better person at the end of a and. i just go ahead and do it anyway and say what the consequences of a. he . was so many exciting projects and you can get involved in as an engineer it's important to teach how the next generation how to think i work we play how to think creatively i just want wall to align engineering so they can be part of the journey of training interventions to help the wild. side of that engineering right. they have to think problem to get through the plate all day every day and get no problems with people and like make their lives that
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