I, for one, welcome our new autonomous cephalopod beak overlords.

Pharyngula::Cephalopod gnashers
"The beak can be swiveled about at various angles, can protrude and retract, and the whole mass can be dissected out and still function surprisingly well. In at least some species, the isolated buccal mass will continue to chomp away for up to two hours after it's removed. It's like an autonomous set of choppers."