Give them big hand!
Well, give them a big hand for this
Exoskeleton startup Auxivo is aiming to encourage the next generation of cyborgs with the launch of an educational kit dubbed the EduExo Pro, a complete exoskeleton for one arm. Founded in 2019 as a spin-out from the Rehabilitation Engineering Lab at ETH Zürich, Auxivo's industrial products – the LiftSuit and CarrySuit, with …
As a fairly new School science tech I can confirm that they will do lots of stuff you do not expect. I took apart a keyboard for music and found a pencil had been inserted underneath the keys.
I was in one classroom today and a number of the tables rocked significantly due to one foot being unscrewed a lot. I checked the other classrooms and nothing. One bored teenage boy probably, with his foot to avoid being detected.
Exo-skeletons for schoolkids are an excellent idea. With the right AI and full exo-skeletons children can be subtly steered in the right direction, no looking out of the window or daydreaming instead of writing and with a well designed shock system, teachers can admonish children remotely, transhumanism at work!
"Honest Mrs. Branson, it's not me!" as the child lowers their arm from having given their teacher TheFinger.
"No ma'am, my dog didn't eat my homework, my RoboArm let the magic smoke escape & set my stuff on fire."
"Johnny! Put Timmy down Right This Instant! It's WRONG to dangle your classmates by their throat for merely offering a different opinion. Set! Him! DOWN!"
What could possibly go wrong?
*Ducks the robo punch from off stage right*
*Gets taken down by the robo punch from off stage left*