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The robot finger 'MobiLimb' that attaches to a mobile phone, invented by Marc Teyssier, a PhD student at Telecom Paris Tech Engineering school, is displayed after an interview with Reuters in Paris, France October 9, 2018. Picture taken on October 9, 2018. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes - RC11132D5060

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