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Olympic Games with Androids.

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If they ever have a version of the games (or any sports events for that matter) for robots, how much could they exceed human performance? Let's assume the rule is that the robots are androids (humanoid), having the same general shape and height as a normal human, how much more power can be artificially produced in this space than naturally? So, if a human can run 100 meters in 9.5 seconds, how fast could an android do it within the limits of the laws of physics? Things like that. How far could an android throw a javelin? How much weight could it lift? How accurate is it possible to make an artificial archer? How high could they jump? I presume that with things like strength and speed, the question is similar to "What is the limit to chemical output power in a certain volume?", and then + leverage/mechanical form. With things like archery which are about accuracy, they can probably have much higher gains on humans.

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