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Remember when we felt sad for that robot that kept getting knocked over and pushed around?
By adamg on Thu, 11/16/2017 - 8:53pm
Yes, poor Atlas at Waltham's Boston Dynamics.
We don't think the mean guy with the hockey stick will be bothering him any longer:
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Now we know who'll be working at Amazon warehouses
And appearing in the next Olympics gymnastics competition for the US.
Almost ready to reclaim the title!
Watch out Apollo Creed!
Or would that be Ivan Drago?
The Southside Slugger
Rock's last title win was against this guy:
..there's still that outtake
So when the robot apocalypse comes, they'll not just be Terminators, they'll be ninja Terminators...
Warning — This Is Rather Frightening!
I find it adorable!
Link to the full thing
This is the short where the above clip came from. It's really well done. (And so, very depressing and scary.) Pretty much all the technology for this is available for sale today.
This image sums up our future:
Question- which dog is more adorable?
Question2 - Why does a robot
Question2 - Why does a robot need a smartphone?
question 3 - how does a robot?
One of its legs is longer than all of the others.
How else is it going to call
How else is it going to call in the drone strike?
he likes to carry one of his ancestors around for occasional chats. It gives new meaning to "talking to your grand-dad".
Like humans before them, the dominant robot culture will appropriate fashions and foibles of the vanquished culture to be "cool", hence the phone and the coffee cups.
I had no idea
You were a robot as a kid.
"For when the metal ones come for you"
It's worth waiting through the ad up front
It's all fun and games until
It's all fun and games until someone makes a flock of robotic turkeys and Brookline is 'liberated' by the efficiently ruthless fiends.