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DARPA Project Gives A Robotic Arm Its Pilot’s License

Robotic arms can already perform surgery, give people tattoos and play one hell of a game of ping pong. Thanks to a DARPA project, now they can even fly airplanes. Virginia-based Aurora Flight Services […]
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