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March 09, 2009

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mMerlin

From reading both articles, it appears to come down to what is classified as a 'robot'. Or maybe 'general purpose robot'. The limits and requirements of both flexibility (mechanical? motion possibilities), and intelligence. Seems that things you class as robots, he does not. Does not matter to me whether the 'machine' is called a robot or not, if it can [be 'instructed' to] move the needed 'parts' around to create the desired assembly(s).

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