We still have no idea what's in the majority of Earth's oceans.
Nature's predators show us how it's done.
"Humans are able to choose their own ethics, with their own free will."
"By using this new technology, the arm can detect which fingers an amputee wants to move, even if they don't have fingers."
They have origami skeletons and are surprisingly strong.
The alga the microbot was created from was chosen for its spring-like shape.
And it uses virtual reality to let the human user see what it sees.
While technically already a doctor, this AI won't be taking over human jobs just yet.
"When we have robots that can do what people and animals do, they will be incredibly useful."
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