Anywhere, at any time, the bionic hand can pick up new gestures.
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Jessica Smith, an Australian swimmer, has been wary of prosthetics ever since a childhood accident left her with one. However, a British bionic hand that can receive updates from anywhere in the world is beginning to change her mind. Additional information is available from Louisa Naks.
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