Relax! This RobotLab robot isn't reinterpreting the holy word. The Kuka robot is merely rewriting the Martin Luther bible in calligraphy font. This could be the first example of a religious robot.
Implications - What it definitely is, however, is an impressive example of how far robotic innovation has come. Like the advent of the printing press, this awesome technological display could herald the dawn of a new age of technology. Although this might seem like a small step at first, it definitely signals the increasingly precise capabilities of motorized robotic apparatus. Could it be long until robotic arms are aiding doctors in surgery, or in other highly-demanding situations? Perhaps not.
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Christian-Sanctioned Kuka Robot
- By: Alex CovertOct 28, 2007 Updated: Apr 25 2011