One small step for robots, could mean the end of mankind
Robots have fascinated us for decades, stirring the imagination of our collective inner-nerds with dreams of guilt-free servitude. But there's always the naysayers, the doomsday prophets who warn that the robots we so enthusiastically bolt together might one day tear us limb-from-limb. Here at MSN Tech & Gadgets we're far more optimistic than those folks but then again, if a robot apocalypse is coming, it may start here. Click through to see 10 robots that could take over the world.
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