beyondsingularity

beyondsingularity:

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“We were surprised how many of the parts of the body can be replaced,” said Rich Walker, managing director of the robotics team Shadow, who built Rex. “There are some vital organs missing, like the stomach, but 60 to 70 per cent of a human has effectively been rebuilt.” […]

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    Oh, because that’s always good.
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    I would be happy to have a new limb if the only cost was no feeling
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    is it weird that I find this slightly terrifying?
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    10 years is a long time considering humanities scientific growth in just the last 100 years… Nay even 20 years! If...
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    This is fucking terrifying… The terminator is one step closer to.being real
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    Wow
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