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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by DonT, Mar 3, 2017.
Program it to box and let's find some folks willing to cage-fight it for $1000 worth of prize money.
Put that on pay per view.
It's a fortune of entertainment, just waiting to be made.
Check out "ATLAS" the next generation. This thing looks like a soldier ready to march into battle.
A well placed Claymore or RPG and ..............
From the YouTube comments on the video: "Hold it down and load Windows Vista on it".
We may need to automate that as a defensive countermeasure before we get too far down this AI/robotics path....
That thing will be a T-1000 in no time at all, they probably covertly already have it
Yup, here we go...
They are so cute when they are little!
Archangel beat me to it, but it is worth pointing out that Boston Dynamics is owned by the largest computing company on the planet, Google. The same company aggressively working on advance AI and self-driving vehicles.
Just get to da Choppa.
I'd still be confident with 30 available rounds of 9mm I could stop that nightmare if I needed to!
Would be awesome if they sacrificed one to small arms fire just to see how little it takes to make it go bonkers and run into a wall.
I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords.
Until it comes out of the lab and the military adds armor plating.
On a large scale basis attacking the CPU is a viable option. But you'd need something a bit more robust than Vista.
Break out the Windows Me dev team to write some REAL garbage for it.
I can think for myself and I have a rule that says I can't harm a human. Wait, I can think for myself. Screw that rule.
They can open doors and stuff.
Awww, such a cute little puppy!
Yeah, and they are all controlled by and through Skynet.
I better dig up more AP rounds.