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I, Cobot

by Senior Futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. Reality is messy. You know how, when the office photocopier gets jammed, you always call that guy in your office who seems to be the only one who knows how to unjam it? That’s … Continue reading

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Lending a Hand: Prosthetics for the Able-Bodied

by futurist Kit Worzel In my last blog post, I wrote about prosthetics, cybernetics and bionics, and how the state of these systems was not only amazing now, but will be almost impossible to differentiate from flesh-and-blood in two decades. … Continue reading

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Armed for the Future: Tomorrow’s Cybernetics and Prosthetics

by futurist Kit Worzel Two hundred years ago, a significant injury to an extremity meant you would lose it, and have to deal with a rudimentary prosthetic like a peg-leg or hook hand. Fifty years ago, the same injury might … Continue reading

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