“Frank” was unveiled this past week by the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. Named after the legendary fictional character, “Frankenstein”, this modern creature is real, or at least as real as a robot can be. This six foot tall bionic man is comprised of 70 circuit boards, 26 motors and 200 processors.
There are million sensors in Frank’s silicon skin and his face eerily resembles its designer, Dr. Bertolt Meyer from the University of Zurich. Dr. Meyer, with the involvement of London robotic engineers Rich Walker and Matthew Godden of Shadow Robot Company, built Frank using 28 advanced artificial body parts from various laboratories and research centers from around the world and utilized implantable synthetic organs including a blood pumping circulatory system, heart and lungs. Frank even walks and talks by remote control.
Dr. Meyer has assured the public that his goal is not to replace the human being but to provide technology to fix a broken person. However, it is this writer’s concern that should we hear news reports of a strange creature roaming the grounds of the Capitol late at night, how will we know if it is one of
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