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AtlasProto walking the gauntlet

AtlasProto walking the gauntlet

(0:48) Anthropomorphic robot AtlasProto tests its ability to cover an obstacle course that includes crossing a snake pit. Developed by Boston Dynamics with funding from DARPA. BostonDynamics.com

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Guest: iknowlessthanyoudo (1875 days ago)
Manual labor will become obsolete in the near future. The first task will be to wipe out the rioting old models.
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Manual labor will become obsolete in the near future. The first task will be to wipe out the rioting old models.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1874 days ago)
Latest comment: Many labor jobs have already become obsolete. ATM's have reduced the number of bank tellers needed. VRU's have reduced the number of customer service jobs. These aren't even robots. Imagine how many jobs have been reduced already in the manufacturing sector due to machines doing repetitive tasks.
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Latest comment: Many labor jobs have already become obsolete. ATM's have reduced the number of bank tellers needed. VRU's have reduced the number of customer service jobs. These aren't even robots. Imagine how many jobs have been reduced already in the manufacturing sector due to machines doing repetitive tasks.
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