The Smartest Products of the Decade

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Military Medical Advancements

Sadly, this decade has been largely defined by war and terrorism. But one thing we can all be grateful for is the incredible medical advancements on the battlefield, and back at home, that have aided American troops. Take the bionic Power Knee. Developed by the Icelandic company Ossur, the Power Knee uses sensors and artificial intelligence to allow an amputee to walk on prosthetic legs naturally. The first recipient was Lt. Col. Greg Gadson, who lost both legs as a victim of a roadside bomb in Baghdad. At a demonstration at Walter Reed, he said they were the closest to the feeling of normal legs. Keep your magic legs, Lt. Dan, Lt. Gadson's got something better.