The Atlas and Spot robots of Boston Dynamics can do so many things such as sprinting, gymnastics, backflips, opening doors to allow entry of an army of their friends, washing dishes, and a whole lot more.
I have computer chips in my hands. The tiny (2 by 12 millimeters) glass ampules are nestled just under the skin on the back of each of my hands and were implanted by a local body piercer several years ago.
Researchers found that locusts can smell explosives and determine their location. This ability is what inspires scientists to make bomb-sniffing cyborg locusts, but there are a few technical concerns that need to be aswered before using them in the field.
Robots are now in development and cars are robots as well, because they can drive themselves a bit. As AI gets more sophisticated they might not be mechanical helpers forever. With Asimov’s three laws of robotics, it might not be enough.