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This super strong artificial muscle may bring us closer to lifelike robots

Researchers at Columbia University have created an artificial active tissue that, when 3D printed to imitate a muscle, can withstand great strain and lift 1,000 times its own weight.

The breakthrough could lead to a future where strong humanoid robots bechartph.come chartph.commonplace, but scientists must first configure these muscles to be controlled through AI.

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