Who is planning for the future of physiotherapy?

In the middle ages, cities could spend more than 100 years building a cathedral while at the same time believing that the apocalypse was imminent. They must’ve had a remarkable conviction that commissioning these projects would guarantee them eternal salvation. Compare this to the way we think about planning and design today where, for example, […]

The evolution of Atlas from Boston Dynamics

This overview of the changes in capabilities of the Atlas humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics is both fascinating and bit unsettling. In 5 years Atlas has gone from struggling to stand on one leg, to walking on uneven surfaces, to running on uneven surfaces, to doing backflips and now, in October 2018, to bounding up […]

Rodney Brooks | Robotics & AI – Their Present & Future

Rodney Brooks was one of the leading developers of AI coding tools throughout the 80s and early 90s at MIT, where he spent a decade running one of the two largest and most prominent AI centres in the world. There are few who can match the breadth, depth, and duration of Rodney’s purview on the […]

Physiotherapy in 2050: Ethical and clinical implications

This post describes a project that I began earlier this week with my 3rd year undergraduate students as part of their Professional Ethics module. The project represents a convergence of a few ideas that have been bouncing around in my head for a couple of years and are now coming together as a result of […]

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