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I would say that the software is able to see/sense the location, movement, and speeds of the different sticks and then know what it has do to move and how to counter. But I would think that those actions board on intuitiveness?? Which has always been attributed to humanity. Like I said before, can a true humanized robot be far off?? I think not. It used to be that the speeds of software advancement was dependent on Human learning and action. Now software is capable of learning and advancing itself. That is Sciecne Fiction territory. But please, just don't name the first humanized robot "Cylone". LOL. They already have a bad history and they haven't even been invented yet!! LOL. MArkus O'Assimovious
 
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