The kiosk - tomorrow

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dell’anima can accommodate up to 50 guests, and six lucky people may sit at the Chef’s Counter, which provides a commanding view of the open kitchen. Bar seats are available for walk-ins, where you can enjoy a glass of wine, a cocktail, or eat a whole meal. The Chef’s Counter may be reserved by phone or in person for groups of up to six people.

Humanoid robotic assistants will soon offer patients companionship, in home care, and assist with rehabilitation efforts. According to the American Psychological Association, one of the key factors causing depression is loneliness. Depression affects 300 million people globally and one of the newer solutions is to pair patients with robots. University of Southern California Professor Maja Matarić has been pairing robots with patients since 2014 and has seen incredible results. Her robots helped children with autism copy the motions of socially assistive robots and in 2015, the robots assisted stroke recovery victims with upper extremity exercises. The patients were more responsive to the exercises when promoted and motivated by the robot. The trio of robots seen above—from left to right, NAO, Romeo, and Pepper from Softbank Robotics—are prime examples of what is to come from the world of assistive robots.

The kiosk mode is primarily intended to quickly configure Windows 10 PCs as information kiosks, and can be used to restrict user access to the PC as well. It’s simple, effective, and works just the way it’s supposed to. Try it out to see how it works out for you. Know of any other way(s) the kiosk mode/assigned access feature in Windows 10 can be used? Sound off in the comments below.

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