The Null Device

In the next decade, there will be robotic taxis, optic-nerve camera implants and space-based manufacturing. These predictions come not from a sci-fi author, but from researchers at a Siemens R&D unit. (Reuters)
``We are working on many of these future technologies now, and all of these scenarios are technically possible already,'' Ian Stewart, chief technical officer at Roke Manor Research, said in a statement.
Television news will be revolutionized as bionic reporters provide live images via sensors embedded in their optic nerves and transmit them through tiny mobile phone transmitters implanted in their shoulders.

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