Google News article Machine-tooling is an emerging field of engineering.
It’s a branch of machine learning that focuses on the power of algorithms and machine learning to produce results, rather than a tool that performs specific tasks.
It can also help people solve problems like making a home automation system, or solving the problem of a robot taking over a job.
But, it can also be used for many other tasks.
Machine-toolers use the haptic devices they use to operate them to move the parts of the machine they’re using.
This is an extension of the principle of “mechanical integration,” in which a tool is integrated with the hardware it is used to manipulate.
For instance, a haptic tool can use the device’s power to control the size and shape of a metal surface, or to tilt and rotate a door, or manipulate a piece of glass.
This article first appeared on Tech Insider.
It has been updated to clarify that the tool is not a mechanical arm.