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Recent research in orthopedic surgeries indicates that computer-assisted robotic systems have shown that robots can improve the precision and accuracy of the surgery which in turn leads to better long-term outcomes. An orthopedic robotic system called OrthoRoby and an intelligent control architecture that will be used in bone cutting operations are developed. A medical user interface (MUI) is developed and integrated into the OrthoRoby system. MUI is used by the surgeons to import images of the patients' bone as inputs and outputs a bone cutting trajectory. A series of experimental tests were conducted to evaluate the performance of the MUI.