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After Millions in Research and Dev, This Robot Could Only Manage to Get a Job Flipping Burgers

A new generation of millennial robots only have the skills to work in the service industry, opening doors, driving cars and flipping burgers. No word on if they are considering going back to school.

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That's right, they are helping each other now. What terrifyingly human thing will they be able to do next? Open Windows? Open Jars? Love?

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New Reports Indicate UK Might Be Getting Its First Sex Robot Brothel

Well well, would you look at that? What a time to be alive huh? Honestly, surprised it took this long for headlines involving sex robot brothels to jump across our news feeds, but here we are. The Spanish company (sex robot brothel) in question, LumiDolls was recently quoted saying they're eagerly trying to expand their operations over to the UK soon as they can lock down an investor. The spokesperson for LumiDoll went on to say, "With LumiDolls, customers can perform any of their sexual fantasies they do not dare to do with a woman. This allows them to fulfill their wildest fantasies that maybe with other people they can not, maybe they have some physical complex that does not allow them to be comfortable with a person, and with a doll it makes them much easier.

New reports suggest that the UK might be getting its first sex robot brothel.
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There's a war coming between man and machine. And I'm going to be very blunt with you, we are losing. 

How do I know? Well, last week, a robot destroyed a Rubik's Cube in under a second, so how do we ever expect to strike first?

You're probably thinking, what does a Rubik's Cube have to do with the fight for civilization, and the answer is problem solving. While we're still thinking about the cube, they're launching rockets. It all makes sense. 

via Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

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Our days of being amused by those creepy, horse-legged robots being pushed over by a broom are over. Boston Dynamics, the team behind those weird-looking horsebots finally put their monster on wheels, and it's coming for you at nine miles per hour. It also stands at six-and-a-half feet, can jump four-feet vertically, and lift 100 lbs. 

In other words, that bot's unstoppable.