The EATR Robot is Powered by Biomass (Like Dead Corpses)

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: • References: robotictechnologyinc & ohgizmo
If you watched the movie ‘I, Robot’, as I have, and have since become convinced that robots will attempt to take over the world (only to be thwarted by our human awesomeness, but I digress), then you probably aren’t going to like this. Robotic Technology Inc. have been working on the EATR robot for some time now and are now on the verge of getting a patent.

What’s crazy about this EATR robot is that it lives off of consuming bodies… yeah, bodies. It finds, eats, and gets energy from biomass. Now, this all sounds well and good, but can Robotic Technologies Inc. sign something promising me I wont be chased down by a bot? Stats for Body-Eating Bots Trending: Older & Chilly
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