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Japanese company acquires Boston Dynamics

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Skynet is born

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if only I'd purchased the stock last week....

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It is interesting that Google sold.  I wonder why.  Maybe hunter killer robots is not their thing.

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The Japanese sex robot industry is out of control. Save yourselves.

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16 hours ago, Tatetopa said:

It is interesting that Go. ogle sold.  I wonder why.  Maybe hunter killer robots is not their thing.

Seems like that might dent their image in the long run. 

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Very interesting. Will these put people out of work? On a lighter note, wouldn't it be funny if it punched the guy out for pushing it with that hockey stick? LOL.

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Japanese will create large scale robots to battle threats to the worlds protoculture fuel supply.

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2 hours ago, TripGun said:

Japanese will create large scale robots to battle threats to the worlds protoculture fuel supply.

 

Japanese out did the US long ago in robotics...they are way far ahead

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the current robotic technology is far from practical useful . it's same as electricity at the beginning and it is tesla that make all become possible .

robotic technology need someone like tesla

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 4:21 PM, Tatetopa said:

It is interesting that Google sold.  I wonder why.  Maybe hunter killer robots is not their thing.

This may be the same deal as when Google sold Motorola.  The purchasing company gets the physical assets while Google keeps the patents.

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