SHARJAH, March 24 (Reuters)
The Jordanian robot show, organized by the Talab Abu-Ghazaleh Innovation College and the Arab Robotics Society, took place at the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Forum in Amman, a one day event that encourages and supports young innovators in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Approximately 20 young people and women from different schools and universities participated in the exhibition through their various projects combining artificial technology and intelligence.
The 16-year-old, Aws al-Amri, designed a surveillance system that detects and responds to heart attacks and allows patients to live more independently from hospitals.
Lian Shendi, 15, and Barakat Hall, a year younger than her, worked in a wheelchair that breathes the breaths and movements of the patients' eyes.
Exhibition participants will explain the use of visitor designs and the judges committee of the Arab Robotics Society, which selects four winning teams. Awards have been awarded for inventions that have used technology to achieve humanitarian goals.