A Post-Gazette.com article by Charles T. Rubin explores the political and moral problems he believes will be presented when science fiction level robots become a reality. It covers the usual collection of complaints such as out of control AI, resentful "kill-all-humans!" robot servants, and machine-human hybrids out-evolving biological humans. Like previous articles by Rubin, this one has a bit of an anti-robot, anti-AI bias. He doesn't refer to robot builders as "extinctionists" in this one but he does suggest the Japanese goal of building humanoid robots to help care for their elderly is somehow morally questionable, and leaves the reader with the reminder that not all "technological development actually is an improvement of the human condition" and "not everything that is possible is desirable".