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Tell us about this moon-shot that came so close to succeeding but you don't plan to do again.
The devices, reportedly made by a Chinese technology start-up called Rokid, are worn by security staff at Hongyuan Park, a part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou city.
Are you hearing the James Bond theme in your head too?
LOL yes I do!! I saw it in action on TV and it seeemed amazing.
Someone will find a way to hack it! Seems to me that substituting 2 guards is not impressive.
That's just problem ONE. Why bother hacking when you could just dig a hole, or place a random obstacle in front of it.
However, a mechanical guard would not be corrupt or beat the hell out of prisoners. So there are advantages.