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Technology around prosthetics has exploded in the past few decades, and recent developments in 3D printing as well as AI have only helped to speed up the advancement of bionic technology. This informative documentary by The Guardian meets some of the disabled people and scientists who are helping to push the technology even further – we meet Angel Giuffria, who has gone through various versions of her prosthetic arm since birth, Jamie Miller, who works with his dad to 3D print his own prosthetics in his home, and Jason Barnes, who has worked with researchers at Virginia Tech University to create all kinds of modified prosthetics that allow him to play drums, even after losing his hand in an accident at work.

The Guardian|Documentary|Prosthetic Technology

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