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The researchers started with an artificial human skeleton that was then covered in bundles of multifilament artificial muscles. Like real human muscles, the multifilament bundles contract and expand when an electrical current is applied, and by controlling different groups of these muscles at different times, the skeleton’s arms, legs, and head can all be made to move similar to how a real human can.
originally posted by: ware2010
a reply to: jtrenthacker
just to do it, they should put an Arnold Schwarzenegger face on it. I would
originally posted by: revmoofoo
a reply to: intrptr
Yep. They're reanimate any day now and start their attack on the humans!
Joking aside, part of me really does worry about the Robo/AI apocalypse happening in my lifetime.