a blog by La Kifo
You better believe it. Mind-controlled robotic arms, just like in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, I-Robot, and Star Wars amputees can now surgically attach the device, giving them a functioning arm.
Here's Gizmodo's article.
This little piece of technology was developed by DARPA, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency, which is an agency of the Depart of Defense. With that in mind, we are officially in the future people.
This might be fun, for like 5 years until they improve this technology or already have full on synth, robotic intelligence shit. Then, were gonna turn into I-Robot and literally have robot slaves. Robots will have all the jobs, so unemployment will skyrocket, splitting society into two classes. The unemployed, and the employed. The Robot revolution will happen, destroying most and many of the robots. Which returns jobs to a lot of people.
But it is too late, the rebellion and class warfare begins. This destroys many cities across the world, but in turn the employed class wins because of the power and size they have. The rebellion kills off a large portion of the worlds population, we only use a fraction of the amount of robots we used, and everyone lived happily ever after.
Can't wait, that will be some cool shit to watch. I've always wanted to live through an apocalypse. It has been my wish ever since I was a boy. Now, it looks like I might actually have a chance. Dreams do come true, guys. They do.
The only problem is we are without Ted Cruz, who ran on the platform, "World destruction and domination, Team Rocket Go" or something like that.
The really cool part about this robotic arm, is that it can help so many people. From Veterans to cancer survivors, obviously anyone with an amputated arm. The article says that the arm, "can crush a human skull like a child squeezing a clementine". So it's kinda like turning a disability into an ability. Crossing off the dis. The man who is testing the arm for DARPA, claims there is no pain with it in place. It did though, require two surgeries to better integrate with the arm.
Big fan of the arm, big fan of the apocalypse. Nice job DARPA.
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