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Learning locomotion with LittleDog

Learning locomotion with LittleDog

In this latest version of LittleDog created by the University of California, the robot is completely autonomous and trained by machine learning algorithms. The video is in real-time, not speeded up.

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Guest: Bob (2705 days ago)
"Safe human interaction with possibly dangerous robots"? why does that make me nervous?
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"Safe human interaction with possibly dangerous robots"? why does that make me nervous?
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Guest: (2704 days ago)
Yeah it is amazing, fascinating but ever so slightly scarey. How long before the military find a use for it? Killer robots on their way...
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Yeah it is amazing, fascinating but ever so slightly scarey. How long before the military find a use for it? Killer robots on their way...
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Guest: guest (2703 days ago)
No different than any other technological development, since caveman used rocks in order to save the good guys and kill the bad guys.
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No different than any other technological development, since caveman used rocks in order to save the good guys and kill the bad guys.
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Guest: (2700 days ago)
Latest comment: No, anybody can pick up a rock or a stick. Only the military can afford and are allowed these kind of things. You're trying to sound clever, yet you use 'technological development' to describe a rock? :D
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Latest comment: No, anybody can pick up a rock or a stick. Only the military can afford and are allowed these kind of things. You're trying to sound clever, yet you use 'technological development' to describe a rock? :D
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Guest: Bemum (2705 days ago)
The good news is that it only poops batteries.
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The good news is that it only poops batteries.
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Guest: (2705 days ago)
LOLz nice comment XD
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LOLz nice comment XD
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