Famed sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke called them biots—biological robots that use real muscle tissue to walk or crawl. While they've been created in the lab, today's biobots are currently little more than strips of muscle that inch across surfaces like caterpillars. But researchers predict machines guided by primitive artificial brains of their own, machines that could one day travel inside the body to conduct minimally invasive surgery or even venture out into the world to clean up pollution.
you pesky humans won't stand a chance!
i'll find you failboat.