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Wow. The applications this technology could apply to are enormous. Imagine being able to have surgery done by the best of the best. I doubt that this could be even applied even in the near future, but that's the direction it seems to be heading!

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start sell at advertising agency this.

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But the technology could be used in complex surgery ...

How could it do that, since the body and the situation are different? And then, how would it know when it screwed up?

I think surgery is not an option. Maybe some craft would be possible...making a vase, a tea set, that kind of thing, but still..the clay is probably different on different days, and with different humidity.

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no sense, no market. if robots were a tool for manufacturers of robots would be able to say that they understand the market.

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