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November 20th, 2006
Are Intuitive Surgical and iRobot Just Babies?
Is there a small doctor in the house?
To explain my optimism, I will refer to the two articles I read this weekend. The first came compliments of CNET, and it reported how the Israeli military is now integrating nanotechnology into "bionic hornet" robots that it hopes will be able to fly into enemy strongholds and clandestinely video record activity within the next three years.
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