Light, flexible bionic hand uses AI and muscle memory to refine its touch

A new prosthetic hand from Ukrainian startup Esper Bionics is among the lightest on the market yet. During tests, volunteers managed to easily perform tasks, like opening cans and bottles, cutting fruit, and using digital devices. The creators claim that the hand’s self-learning technology can improve user experience with time. It is still unclear when the prosthesis will become commercially available and at what cost, but Esper Bionics have promised significant discounts to their Ukrainian customers.