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Artificial Intelligence in Prosthesis


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1 Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management, Constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Maharashtra, India
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Artificial Intelligence is the capacity for learning, reasoning, and understanding and makes the usefulness of the data available. The evolution of the small powerful computing platforms has opened many opportunities for the world of Prosthetics. This allows for more complex methods to be used to interpret the input from various sensors to build an image of the environment in which the prosthetic device is supposed to function. Not only is it possible to use mechanical sensors as input into such systems, but it is also possible to augment the control of mechanical actuators through the filtering of neural signals. The main outline of this paper is to show the importance of including AI in the procedures to plan Electromyography based model prosthetic arm, such that can emulate the activities like a genuine human arm. Current prosthetic gadgets have restricted usefulness and are taken a toll restrictive. Outlining a financially savvy prosthetic human hand is the significant concentration of this paper. This examination will fill in as a stage for future prosthesis advancement endeavors.

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Artificial Intelligence, Prosthetics, Amputee, Electromyography.
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Authors

Avinash Aslekar
Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management, Constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Maharashtra, India
Samaya Pillai
Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management, Constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Maharashtra, India
Vikas Kumar
Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management, Constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Maharashtra, India
Akshay Borde
Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management, Constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Maharashtra, India

Abstract


Artificial Intelligence is the capacity for learning, reasoning, and understanding and makes the usefulness of the data available. The evolution of the small powerful computing platforms has opened many opportunities for the world of Prosthetics. This allows for more complex methods to be used to interpret the input from various sensors to build an image of the environment in which the prosthetic device is supposed to function. Not only is it possible to use mechanical sensors as input into such systems, but it is also possible to augment the control of mechanical actuators through the filtering of neural signals. The main outline of this paper is to show the importance of including AI in the procedures to plan Electromyography based model prosthetic arm, such that can emulate the activities like a genuine human arm. Current prosthetic gadgets have restricted usefulness and are taken a toll restrictive. Outlining a financially savvy prosthetic human hand is the significant concentration of this paper. This examination will fill in as a stage for future prosthesis advancement endeavors.

Keywords


Artificial Intelligence, Prosthetics, Amputee, Electromyography.

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