Science Fiction in the News Articles
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by John W. Campbell

The only satellite of the tenth planet from the Sun turns out to be inhabited by sneaky telepaths who easily move about in its higher gravity and dim sunlight. They are, however, no match for clever explorers from Earth.

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BLEEX: Robotic Exoskeleton Making Strides
   The Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton (BLEEX), a DARPA robotics engineering project that is designed to help foot soldiers carry more supplies for longer distances, was demonstrated in California earlier this week.

ReWalk Medical Powered Exoskeleton
   The ReWalk device is slim enough that you can even fit it under your clothes, which you can't say about some of those other exoskeletons.

HAL Exoskeleton To Assist At Fukushima
   Maybe atomic-powered lifting suits are not quite right for this mission. With video.

H-MEX Helpful Exoskeleton From Hyundai
   'We have those new suits rigged with atomic-powered lifting gadgets...' - John W. Campbell, 1938.

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China Deploys Robot Traffic Police
re: Harry Harrison
(8/11/2019)

Better Than Dune Chromoplastic? This Guy Might Have Done It
re: Frank Herbert
(8/9/2019)

Gather, An AI Warehouse Inventory Drone Startup
re: James P. Hogan
(8/7/2019)

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