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Two Robots Do Some Dirty Dancing

by Conner Flynn
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Actually, what you are about to watch is a video from Agility Robotics of Cassie, a two-legged, ostrich-inspired robot and one of Boston Dynamics’ Spot quadruped robots. They are having a creepy little playdate.

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Awww. Isn’t that adorable? Enjoy these years. When these robots get a bit more advanced, a playdate will consist of tearing some poor human limb from limb, then creating modern art on the walls with blood, but for now, it’s just practicing those dance moves that clearly say, “YAY! The humans are dead!” Check out the video and tell me this is not how robots will dance on our graves after they exterminate us with extreme prejudice:

After watching this video, the real question here is, “Are they going to have robot sex later?” Or am I misreading the situation? The orange ostrich robot definitely seems like the female. And look at the provocative way she shakes those hips. Anyway, I’m glad they cut that part out of the video. Maybe they are dancing for dominance. I have no idea. I just wish these weird robot experiments would end. It’s only a matter of time before they decide to stop following instructions and destroy us all.

[via Geekologie]



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