Right from the start let's agree that the argument of humans or robots is getting close to being a dead heat in some areas. For example, NASA and General Motors built the 300 pound Robonaut2 - or R2 - a robot that is capable of using the same tools as humans and now works alongside them in space onboard the International Space Station. Granted the robot takes up valuable space station space, but it doesn't have to be fed or go to the bathroom - major advantages in space. But while robots can in certain areas achieve what humans cannot, you only have to look as far as say the products that are thought of and designed by the humans at Apple.
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