Have you ever seen How It's Made on the Science Channel? It's really great. See, what they do is they take "things" and then show you how those "things" are made.
Generally speaking, the show has an air of credibility. You feel like you can trust the information presented to be a true representation of a thing and how it is, in fact, made. However, that credibility is now in jeopardy thanks to a segment on carabiner (or karabiner) fabrication and an unusual set of robotic pliers.
You know what I'd like to see an episode of How It's Made cover? These so called "robotic pliers". Because they appear to have human hands.
And that would technically make them "cyborg pliers". Just saying.