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Can the Guardian XO Exoskeleton Save Your Back and Joints?

The Guardian XO robotic exoskeleton from Sarcos merges man with machine, giving the person inside super-human strength and reducing wear and tear on the body.

By S.C. Stuart

On a recent visit to the Salt Lake City headquarters of robotics firm Sarcos, I strapped on a crash helmet, safety glasses, a protective torso shield, and—finally—an…

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