Wait until they teach this High-Speed Robot Hand to throw a curveball.
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I fear the day when the robots in control of our society have this level of dexterity. They already have too much power.
Finneas – you talkin’ ’bout the lawyers ?
Holy cow, this puts all that science fiction I’ve read over the years into a whole new perspective. With 20 more years of engineering I can only imagine that what we think is hogwash today may be a commonplace reality. Thanks for the post!