Reader ripostes: Uranium, robots and terrorism

Reader ripostes: Uranium, robots and terrorism
If you are comparing "killer robots" to landmines, that is an exceptionally good reason to be very wary about their introduction. As I understand it, landmines are not renowned for making a distinction between enemy combatants and schoolchildren.
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Japanese factories looking to robots
A few metres away from the human workers, four robots – with an articulated head and small cameras for eyes, two arms mimicking human movements attached to a torso, mounted high on wheels – are assembling the tiny elements of a money-sorting …
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Wearable robots getting lighter, more portable Wearable robotic devices
M. Spencer Green photos/The Associated Press In this May 6 photo, Michael Gore, center, who is paralyzed from a spinal injury, walks with the use of the Indego wearable robot under the supervision of physical therapist Clare Hartigan during a meeting …

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