How mHealth, 3D-Printing and Robots Will Change the World for People with Special Needs

The incredible power of smartphones, plus advances in 3-D printing and robotics, will provide those with special needs and their caregivers with new ways to track health information, print  prosthetics, gain assistance from robots, and have access to new and wide ranging enabling technologies.

BY John R. Patrick | January 2019 | Category: 2019 EP Guide

How mHealth, 3D-Printing and Robots Will Change the World for People with Special Needs

In 1976, Seymour Cray, the father of supercomputing, introduced the most powerful computer in the world, the Cray-1. It was super in many respects. It cost $5-$10 million, weighed more than 5 tons, and used as much electricity as ten homes. Super as it was, the Cray-1 had no app store, could not play a song, or even make a phone call.

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