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On Friday, February 15, 2002, at 04:14 PM, Wade T.Smith wrote:
> Using most of his name, but somehow failing to mention Isaac as a
> is, well, looks like something damn close to something somebody should
> sue about...
> .... as the Good Doctor is well-known to be the Father of Robotics, at
> least in spirit.
> I've been over the site pretty fully, and have not found a single
> of Asimov at all.
> And yet, they have the audacity to tell us that ASIMO is, uh, some sort
> of abbreviation of Advance Step in Innovative MObility....
> Is there a lawyer in the house?
Wait until they release the Mark V: ASIMO V
-- John S Wilkins Head, Communication Services The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research Parkville, Victoria, Australia
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