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We don’t know what this says about the relationship between humans and robots. But researchers at the Ishikawa Oku Lab at the University of Toyko have developed a robot hand that can beat a human 100 percent of the time in a game of “rock, paper, scissors.”
Because someone looked around and said, “What this place needs is a swarm of robot bats.”
Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a swimming humanoid robot that may lead to the development of performance-enhancing swimwear.
We’ve seen robots that can run and robots that can jump, and now they’ve taught this robot to swim. The Olympic Games are no longer safe from the robot uprising.
Could the next wave of Occupy protests be ripped apart by rubber bullets and tear gas launched by remote-controlled robots hovering overhead, steered by police officers miles away? It’s not a futurist scenario…