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Len Amaral

 

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Post  Posted 31 Dec 2020 6:34 pm    
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Robots have come a long way since those tin can robots in those 1960's space movies. This is impressive and funny.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn3KWM1kuAw
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Ron Anderson


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Keystone Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 31 Dec 2020 7:26 pm    
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I have my doubts.
I'm going to say they are following signals from off camera humans wearing sensors and not ai to that degree.
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Jim Fogle


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Post  Posted 1 Jan 2021 5:00 pm    
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Ron,

Anything's possible so I can't dispute what you say. It wouldn't be the first time I've been fooled, and hopefully if I have been - not the last.

But if you watch some of the other videos featuring some of these robots you'll see they do other amazing feats like 6 feet high 360 degree somersaults, rock climbing and other astounding things.
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Ian Rae


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Post  Posted 2 Jan 2021 2:10 am    
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No evidence of AI, and they could well be controlled by humans in real time (or just programmed in advance). But it's entertaining just the same!

As Jim points out, robots can also do gymnastics that are beyond sensor-wearing humans. But it's when they start writing their own music and choreography that we will know things have really changed...
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Andy Volk


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Post  Posted 2 Jan 2021 10:37 am    
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This scares the living daylights outta me! Watch Black Mirror.
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Mike Bacciarini


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Post  Posted 13 Jan 2021 8:12 pm    
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Here’s an old school “analog” robot with real time human control.....

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7sip4Qru5SA
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