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A few weeks ago, the major news outlets were abuzz with details about how two patients paralyzed from the neck down used their minds to control robots.
No doubt, this is a worthy breakthrough. On the other hand...
I first wrote about a similar case back in early January, four months before The New York Times picked it up.
In a story about life-changing gains in the tech sector, I told you about the case of Matt Nagle, a Massachusetts man whose life took a turn for the worse after being paralyzed from the neck down.
To his delight, he had learned to surf the Web, send e-mails, make a robot move its hand and play video games -- all with the power of his own mind.
In fact, I got so much great feedback on that and stories like it, I decided to launch the Era of Radical Change.
I mention this not to brag, but to remind you that you really will learn about key trends in cutting-edge tech long before the general public if you take the time to subscribe.
And that's clearly true when it comes to robots.
Staying Ahead of the Curve in Robotics Stocks
Just two weeks ago I wrote to tell you how a new series of smart machines will have a profound impact on the world around us.
Here's what I said:
"Robots of all sizes are already capable of doing some very complex tasks: They can perform surgery, hair transplants, and even climb inside the human body - through the mouth - to "eat" stomach cancers."
You may recall that I also told you to keep an eye on Heartland Robotics, a startup based in Boston I believe is a good IPO candidate. The firm says it will produce a range of machines that will serve as "the PC" of robots.
And today, I'd like to tell you about another startup that's pushing the boundaries of the robotics revolution.
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