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  • January 29, 2018

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Hygrobot
Hygrobot

Bye batteries? Tiny robots from South Korea run on humidity

The idea of smarter and faster robots replacing humans may seem like science fiction nightmare, but the concept has slowly made its existence and mark known in the field of medical technology — and it’s not leaving anytime soon. As much as it is easy to visualize in fear artificially intelligent humanoid robots that will eventually betray and destroy the human race, such worries are far-reaching and should be put to rest.

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