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Cyberdyne's exoskeleton was fully operation at a press event at CES 2011 on Friday morning.

The skeleton's balance is controlled by complex algorithms, which identify and adjust for the "driver's" center of mass.
HAL suit could see action on and off the battlefield

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By SgtTech on 1/8/2011 3:49:26 PM , Rating: 2
Cyberdyne creates exoskeletons that interface with humans. US Military wants to buy them. So soon Cyberdyne will be working with the US Military to create robotic enhanced soldiers. Raytheon and Lockheed Martin will plug them into the network and Skynet will be born. Nothing to worry about is there?

RE: Cyberdyne
By bfellow on 1/10/2011 4:48:20 PM , Rating: 2
Skynet is fine. We just have one AI central system controlling all of our defense systems and nuclear warheads.

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