How many EMTs does it take to get a woman out of a vacuum? (via Khunghyang Shinmun)
Even Stephen Hawking has been warning us about the dangers of artificial intelligence, but he probably didn't mean the situation this South Korean woman found herself in, when she was woken from a nap by a homicidal cleaning bot trying to suck her hair up in its chomping maw. Um, hit the snooze, please!
The lady, who was alone, had to call the fire department to rescue her. Officials from iRobot, the makers of Roomba, were quick to tell The Daily Dot that this is definitely not one of THEIR bloodthirsty units: