Like I needed a reminder that robots can and will hunt me down given the opportunity, this is the latest video from harbingers of the robot apocalypse Boston Dynamics starring their Atlas humanoid robot performing a little parkour. So, if you were wondering if you could out-parkour a killer robot
Seen here looking like a deleted portion of Horizon Zero Dawn, this is a introductory video for Boston Dynamics’ latest killer-bot, Stretch, a single-armed “sensor gripped” robot allegedly designed for warehouse work. I feel like it’s even scarier than Boston Dynamics’ humanoid robots because at least with those you can
In what appears to be an incredibly misguided attempt to wish us all a happier new year, this is a video just released by Boston Dynamics of its army of death-bots all dancing to The Contours’ 1962 banger ‘Do You Love Me’. You really just have to see it to
Because it’s important to let people know you’re constantly on the verge of death, these are the personalized glowing life bar pins made and sold by Etsy shop CriticalHitShop ($30 apiece, or 3 for $60). Available in full life, mostly alive, and mostly dead varieties, they can also be customized
This is a video from a testing event in China of a Tesla Model 3 absolutely wrecking a pedestrian dummy during an automatic emergency braking test. Oh it braked alright — breaked all the bones in his body! Man, I remember the first time I got hit by a car.
Because the end can’t come soon enough, this is a video of Gollum deepfaked to perform Scatman John’s ‘The Scatman’. It’s pretty terrifying just how good it is. Thankfully *mixing Kool-Aid, tastes with pinky it will all be over soon. “Add more of the skull and crossbones powder.” More pirate
This is a video of a train pulling a bunch of autoracks (train cars specifically designed for hauling automobiles) under a low bridge, opening the tops of all those cars and destroying the automobiles on the top level inside, with an estimated $2,000,000 in damages. That sucks. If I were
This is ‘With You, Spot Can’, a commercial released by Boston Dynamics touting all the doors of possibility you’ll open when you buy one of their $74,500 Spot quadruped robots. Apparently they can do a lot of stuff. Still, let’s not mince words and just saw what Boston Dynamics was