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July 18, 2018

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Extreme research: IHMC studies how to extend a human's ability to survive in extremes

Carlton Proctor | 6/28/2018

For nearly three decades, the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition has conducted advanced research in artificial intelligence and robotics.

More recently, IHMC co-founder Ken Ford has begun building a team to search for ways to extend the capabilities and resilience of humans in extreme environments.

In April, Pensacola philanthropist and developer Quint Studer donated $1 million toward IHMC’s research in this field.

Also in this article: Ken Ford; Quint Studer; Joe Gomes; Scott Campbell; General Capacitor; Jonathan Shih; Beach Community Bank; Triumph Gulf Coast.

 

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