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This month in American protests, we’ve had a lot of talk about statues and kneeling NFL players. The media’s given us a dramatic play-by-play of both controversies, which was enough to give anybody whiplash and stop paying attention. This doesn’t do anybody any good, because it makes us lose what the original theme of the story […]

So the iPhone X has come out, and its big thing is facial-recognition software. Meanwhile, driverless cars are slipping their way up San Francisco hills as we speak, the military (and some civilians) are flying drones over the Middle East and suburban neighborhoods, medical technology is developing nanobots to repair your bones and tissue, and there’s even a company that’s developing a really creepy android named Sophia for… fun?

Duh-duh dun duh-duh! The robots are here!