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The Robot Uprising Has Begun

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Rare footage of elite troops marching to battle in the First Robot War (2019-202X):

 



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I assume you meant the Spot-Mini video, which didn't display:

 

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Videos will actually appear if you edit the thread URL.

Take out the security measure, and voila:

http://www.futuretim...sing-has-begun/


And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future.


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I wonder how much it would cost to actually buy one now that they're being produce. Thousands, tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands?



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I read somewhere it willl be "somewhere in the 10,000-100,000 range" which is not very precise. Also it was just a guy on the internet though so not sure how valid that is. 

 

Looking at the robot I'm not sure what sort of industrial/commercial applications it could have (even if it worked generally as well as it does in the scripted demos they show) I guess it could replace bomb disposal robots which cost in that range I think? It would be much faster and that steady hand thing would be useful. 



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any number of devices can be attached to this. scary thought if it got in the wrong hands.


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It's okay, but if these robots were to keep it down, it would be even better))) In general, for towing a car, I think it is better to have a robot on wheels or another car) By the way, the car is also a kind of robot, only controlled by a man from the inside.







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