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ATLANTA (CNN) -- Robots are already a part of our lives, and in the future, will fill our homes and world. We want to know what you think about the future of robotics in our world.


Machines/robots today are no more then a "smart electric hammer". Tomorrow, they will form a symbiotic relationship with our society. Further in the future? Perhaps it's too early to speculate, yet a scenario to consider is that we might actually evolve into efficient, intelligent living machines in the same way we evolved from amino acids to what we are today.
Larry Lart, Dublin, Ireland

I do look forward for machine making machines around me. I like the idea of more autonomy, I can personalize my enviroment. Build my own things. Stuff like that.
Victor H Olvera, Bremerton, WA

I am still not very comfortable with the intelligence that robots may acquire in the future. They won't be perfect because they are still a creation of man, so something like in the movie I-Robot may happen, where robots actually try to dominate humans
Alvaro Jorge Ramos Neto, London

Robots are only good for industrial and clinical tasks. There is simply no point making them part of households. They are simply too expensive to obtain.
Omar, Lebanon

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