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When reality catches up with fiction

Walking military vehicles were a novelty in the earlier Starwars® and I always wondered what are they good for other than stumble over rebel wires.

Now Boston Dynamics is actually building them (and they are much smarter than me, so they know what they are good for):




Boston Dynamics has a wide range of really kewl robots and it probably is fun to work there, even if some of the robots are outright creepy and really small.

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