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  • Sarge Salman: All the way from Los Altos Hills, California,

    來自加州,洛斯阿圖斯山丘

  • Mr. Henry Evans.

    亨利 · 伊凡斯 先生

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Henry Evans: Hello.

    亨利 · 伊凡斯: 哈囉

  • My name is Henry Evans,

    我叫亨利 · 伊凡斯

  • and until August 29, 2002,

    一直到2002年8月29號之前

  • I was living my version of the American dream.

    我一直活在我自己的美國夢裡

  • I grew up in a typical American town near St. Louis.

    我在聖路易斯附近的一個平凡小鎮長大

  • My dad was a lawyer.

    我爸是位律師

  • My mom was a homemaker.

    我媽是家庭主婦

  • My six siblings and I were good kids,

    我有六個兄弟姊妹,我們都是乖小孩

  • but caused our fair share of trouble.

    但也製造了不少麻煩

  • After high school, I left home to study

    高中畢業後,我為了讀書離開家

  • and learn more about the world.

    想更了解這個世界

  • I went to Notre Dame University

    我在聖母大學唸書

  • and graduated with degrees in accounting and German,

    主修會計和德文

  • including spending a year of study in Austria.

    其中一年在奧地利讀書

  • Later on, I earned an MBA at Stanford.

    之後,我在史丹佛拿到MBA

  • I married my high school sweetheart, Jane.

    我娶了我的高中女友,簡

  • I am lucky to have her.

    能和她在一起,我很幸運

  • Together, we raised four wonderful children.

    我們有四個很棒的小孩

  • I worked and studied hard to move up the career ladder,

    為了讓事業蒸蒸日上 我工作認真,讀書也認真

  • eventually becoming a chief financial officer

    終於在成為公司的財務長

  • in Silicon Valley, a job I really enjoyed.

    地點在矽谷,我非常喜歡我的工作

  • My family and I bought our first and only home

    我們買了我們第一棟房子,也是唯一的一棟

  • on December 13, 2001,

    那年 2001年12月13號

  • a fixer-upper in a beautiful spot

    一間待修房,風景優美

  • of Los Altos Hills, California,

    在加州洛斯阿圖斯山丘上

  • from where I am speaking to you now.

    也是現在我所在的地方

  • We were looking forward to rebuilding it,

    我們很期待改裝這房子

  • but eight months after we moved in,

    但在我們搬進去的八個月後

  • I suffered a stroke-like attack caused by a birth defect.

    我因為先天缺陷而中風

  • Overnight, I became a mute quadriplegic

    一夜之間,我四肢癱瘓,無法說話

  • at the ripe old age of 40.

    當時我已經40歲

  • It took me several years,

    我花了好幾年的時間

  • but with the help of an incredibly supportive family,

    在家人的鼓勵與支持下

  • I finally decided life was still worth living.

    我決定相信人生還是有希望的

  • I became fascinated with using technology

    我開始對科技深深著迷

  • to help the severely disabled.

    利用科技幫助行動不便的人

  • Head tracking devices sold commercially

    請了專門販賣追蹤器的公司

  • by the company Madentec

    Madentec

  • convert my tiny head movements into cursor movements,

    偵測我頭部的小動作,當作滑鼠感應

  • and enable my use of a regular computer.

    讓我能夠操作電腦

  • I can surf the web, exchange email with people,

    我可以上網,可以跟別人寫信

  • and routinely destroy my friend Steve Cousins

    定期去破壞好友史蒂夫·卡曾斯

  • in online word games.

    的線上文字遊戲。

  • This technology allows me to remain engaged,

    這科技讓我能夠有事做

  • mentally active,

    讓我心智活躍

  • and feel like I am a part of the world.

    讓我覺得自己還存在在這世界上

  • One day, I was lying in bed watching CNN,

    有一天,我躺在床上看CNN

  • when I was amazed by Professor Charlie Kemp

    查理·坎普教授讓我驚嘆

  • of the Healthcare Robotics Lab at Georgia Tech

    在喬治亞理工學院的醫療機器人實驗室

  • demonstrating a PR2 robot.

    展示 PR2 機器人

  • I emailed Charlie and Steve Cousins of Willow Garage,

    我同時寫信給查理,還有 Willow Garage 的史蒂夫·卡曾斯

  • and we formed the Robots for Humanity project.

    我們一起著手開始人道機器人計畫

  • For about two years, Robots for Humanity

    將近兩年的時間,這項計畫

  • developed ways for me to use the PR2

    研發出數種方法讓我使用PR2

  • as my body surrogate.

    取代我的身體

  • I shaved myself for the first time in 10 years.

    十年以來,我第一次幫自己刮鬍子

  • From my home in California,

    我還可以躺在加州的家裡

  • I shaved Charlie in Atlanta. (Laughter)

    幫亞特蘭大的查理刮鬍子! (笑聲)

  • I handed out Halloween candy.

    我可以在萬聖節發糖果

  • I opened my refrigerator on my own.

    可以自己開冰箱

  • I began doing tasks around the house.

    可以幫忙做家事

  • I saw new and previously unthinkable possibilities

    我看到了之前沒看到的可能性

  • to live and contribute,

    活著及貢獻

  • both for myself and others in my circumstance.

    為我自己,也為那些和我一樣的人

  • All of us have disabilities in one form or another.

    所有的人,在某些程度上都有點殘疾

  • For example, if either of us wants to go 60 miles an hour,

    舉例來說,如果我們想要以時速60哩前進

  • both of us will need an assistive device called a car.

    我們都會需要靠一種叫 "車" 的輔助器幫忙

  • Your disability doesn't make you any less of a person,

    你的殘疾,不會否定你的存在

  • and neither does mine.

    我的殘疾也不會

  • By the way, check out my sweet ride. (Laughter)

    對了,來欣賞一下我的愛車

  • Since birth, we have both suffered from the inability

    出生以來,我們都同樣被限制

  • to fly on our own.

    不能自行飛翔

  • Last year, Kaijen Hsiao of Willow Garage

    去年,Willow Garage的蕭凱仁

  • connected with me Chad Jenkins.

    幫我聯繫上了查德‧詹金斯

  • Chad showed me how easy it is

    在查德的介紹下,我發現我可以輕易的

  • to purchase and fly aerial drones.

    購買飛行器,自己飛

  • It was then I realized that I could also use

    我也在這個時候發現,我可以利用

  • an aerial drone to expand the worlds

    飛行器去改善大家的世界

  • of bedridden people through flight,

    透過飛行器幫助長期臥病在床的人

  • giving a sense of movement and control

    讓他們感覺自己能移動、能掌控

  • that is incredible.

    真的是很讓人振奮

  • Using a mouse cursor I control with my head,

    利用我的頭當滑鼠感應

  • these web interfaces allow me

    我可以透過網路介面

  • to see video from the robot

    看見機器人拍到的影像

  • and send control commands

    發號命令

  • by pressing buttons in a web browser.

    只要在網路上點個鈕就可以完成

  • With a little practice, I became good enough with this interface

    透過練習,我越來越熟悉這個介面

  • to drive around my home on my own.

    我可以在我自己家裡亂晃

  • I could look around our garden

    可以看看我們自己的庭院

  • and see the grapes we are growing.

    看看我們種的葡萄

  • I inspected the solar panels on our roof. (Laughter)

    我還可以檢查我們屋頂的太陽能板 (笑聲)

  • One of my challenges as a pilot is to land the drone

    操作這台儀器最大的挑戰

  • on our basketball hoop.

    是讓這台機器停在我們的籃球框上

  • I went even further by seeing if I could use

    我甚至去更進一步的嘗試

  • a head-mounted display, the Oculus Rift,

    頭戴式的顯示器,Oculus Rift

  • as modified by Fighting Walrus,

    特別由 Fighting Walrus 來修改

  • to have an immersive experience

    更進一步的深入體驗

  • controlling the drone.

    飛行器的控制

  • With Chad's group at Brown,

    自從在 Brown 跟Chad 團隊一起 以來

  • I regularly fly drones around his lab

    我常常在他們的實驗室飛來飛去

  • several times a week, from my home 3,000 miles away.

    遠從3000里外 一個禮拜好幾次

  • All work and no fun makes for a dull quadriplegic,

    只工作、沒娛樂的生活會讓人麻痺

  • so we also find time to play friendly games

    所以我們都會找時間玩玩遊戲

  • of robot soccer. (Laughter)

    機器人足球(笑聲)

  • I never thought I would be able to casually

    我想不到我還能像現在自己自在的

  • move around a campus like Brown on my own.

    在Brown這樣的校園裡走動

  • I just wish I could afford the tuition. (Laughter)

    如果我能付得起學費更好(笑聲)

  • Chad Jenkins: Henry, all joking aside,

    亨利,歡笑之餘

  • I bet all of these people here

    我相信在場的所有人

  • would love to see you fly this drone

    都很想看你遙控這台儀器

  • from your bed in California 3,000 miles away.

    從距離3000哩外的加州遠端遙控

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Okay, Henry, have you been to D.C. lately?

    OK,亨利,你最近有去過D.C.嗎?

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Are you excited to be at TEDxMidAtlantic?

    來 TEDxMidAtlantic 開心嗎?

  • (Laughter) (Applause)

    (笑聲)(掌聲)

  • Can you show us how excited you are?

    可以讓我們看看你有多開心嗎?

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • All right, big finish.

    好,來個大總結吧

  • Can you show us how good of a pilot you are?

    現場展現一下你飛行的技巧吧

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • All right, we still have a little ways to go with that,

    好吧,看來我們還是有努力的空間

  • but I think it shows the promise.

    但我想這已經足以讓我們看到願景

  • What makes Henry's story amazing

    亨利的故事之所以動人

  • is it's about understanding Henry's needs,

    是因為他讓我們了解他的需求

  • understanding what people in Henry's situation

    讓我們了解其他跟亨利一樣的人

  • need from technology,

    需要什麼樣的科技資源

  • and then also understanding

    再進一步了解

  • what advanced technology can provide,

    科技能夠提供他們什麼樣的幫助

  • and then bringing those two things together

    結合兩方的需求

  • for use in a wise and responsible way.

    創造出一個聰明又有效的方法

  • What we're trying to do is democratize robotics,

    我們現在想要做的是讓機器人普遍化

  • so that anybody can be a part of this.

    讓所有的人都能參與其中

  • We're providing affordable, off-the-shelf robot platforms

    我們已經開始在販售價位合理的機器人

  • such as the A.R. drone, 300 dollars,

    如 A.R. 遙控飛機,一台300美金

  • the Suitable Technologies beam, only 17,000 dollars,

    以及Suitable Technologies 的 beam,只要一萬七美金

  • along with open-source robotics software

    附贈機器人自由軟體

  • so that you can be a part of what we're trying to do.

    讓大家能夠參與我們的計畫

  • And our hope is that, by providing these tools,

    我們希望能透過這些工具

  • that you'll be able to think of better ways

    讓大家一起想

  • to provide movement for the disabled,

    如何幫助身體殘缺的人移動

  • to provide care for our aging population,

    如何關懷我們的高齡化社會

  • to help better educate our children,

    如何教育我們的下一代

  • to think about what the new types

    去思考能夠創造什麼樣的新工作

  • of middle class jobs could be for the future,

    給未來的中產階級

  • to both monitor and protect our environment,

    讓我們能監控並且保護我們的環境

  • and to explore the universe.

    同時能夠探索宇宙

  • Back to you, Henry.

    場面還給你,亨利

  • HE: Thank you, Chad.

    謝謝你,查德

  • With this drone setup, we show the potential

    有了這個飛行器,我們便可以看到希望

  • for bedridden people to once again be able

    讓長年躺在床上的人能夠再度

  • to explore the outside world,

    探索外面的世界

  • and robotics will eventually provide

    機器人會給我們機會

  • a level playing field

    公平競爭

  • where one is only limited by their mental acuity

    人類只會受限於自己的心智

  • and imagination,

    受限於自己的想像

  • where the disabled are able to perform

    可以讓行動不便的人再次活動

  • the same activities as everyone else,

    別人可以的,他們也可以

  • and perhaps better,

    甚至做得更好

  • and technology will even allow us to provide

    這項科技可以提供我們

  • an outlet for many people who are presently

    一個行動的管道

  • considered vegetables.

    特別是我們所謂的植物人

  • One hundred years ago,

    100年前

  • I would have been treated like a vegetable.

    我會被當作植物人看待

  • Actually, that's not true.

    但事實上,他們錯了

  • I would have died.

    我會死掉

  • It is up to us, all of us, to decide how

    機器人的使用,取決於我們

  • robotics will be used, for good or for evil,

    或好或壞

  • for simply replacing people

    是純粹取代人類

  • or for making people better,

    或是讓我們的生活更好

  • for allowing us to do and enjoy more.

    行動不再受限,更能享受生活

  • Our goal for robotics is to unlock everyone's mental power

    我們要讓機器人能夠解放大家的心智

  • by making the world more physically accessible

    讓我們能跟世界互動

  • to people such as myself and others like me

    幫助像我一樣的其他人

  • around the globe.

    讓世界各地的人受惠

  • With the help of people like you,

    有你們的幫忙

  • we can make this dream a reality.

    我們可以讓夢想成真

  • Thank you.

    謝謝

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

Sarge Salman: All the way from Los Altos Hills, California,

來自加州,洛斯阿圖斯山丘

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【TED】亨利.伊凡斯、查德.詹金斯: 人道化的機器人 (Henry Evans and Chad Jenkins: Meet the robots for humanity)

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