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Humans only live aboard the International Space Station for a few months, maybe a year. Robots, on the other hand, don't need food or water or comfort, and can work on the station for as long as need be. Useful! And they will be even more useful with a new method of memory storage that can store years of information. They will practically be the elders of low-earth orbit.

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Sure, you've seen robots dance before, but you've never seen them dancing like this - shimmying, sliding and sashaying, just like humans, in perfect synchronisation. It's just like Bring It On, but slightly less robotic.