Artificial limbs have improved as better materials became available and our understanding of human physiology deepened. But nothing has advanced prosthetics as much as computing. Össur, an Icelandic company at the forefront of this revolution, has created the world’s first microprocessor joint system that helps its users replicate and improve natural knee function through artificial intelligence. What other industries will benefit from advancements in computing and artificial intelligence? Let us know what you think in the comments below.