• Assistive Robots
  • Learning
  • Shared Control

It is an irony that often the more severe a person’s motor impairment, the more challenging it is for them to operate the very assistive machines which might enhance their quality of life. A primary aim of the argallab is to address this confound by incorporating robotics autonomy and intelligence into assistive machines—turning the machine into a kind of robot, and offloading some of the control burden from the user to the machine.

Our lab strives to advance human ability through robotics autonomy—by easing the burden of operating assistive machines.

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