Google-owned Boston Dynamics has been terrifying us for years with their advancements in robotic hell hounds, but their latest video features something slightly less frightening and kinda cute.
Spot is a four-legged, 160-pound robot that is designed for both indoor and outdoor use, and it has a sensor on its head to help it navigate.
Watch it march around the grounds and through their offices, occasionally getting kicked by the staff.
While we know it’s just a robot and it doesn’t have real emotions, it still makes you fell kinda bad watching it react to the abuse.
“No robots were harmed in the making of this video,” they write at the end.
What’s more worrisome, however, is that larger model accompanying Spot up the hill later on in the clip. You do not want to mess with that thing.
Robots are already managing hotels in Japan and eating women in South Korea. And Singapore is hard at work creating a nightmarish eel drone.
It’s really only a matter of time before all of these advancements blow up in our face and we are slaves or dogfood to these creatures.
That slow crawl out of the ditch... we've all been there, buddy.
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