By Boston Dynamics – December 29, 2020
On Tuesday, Boston Dynamics uploaded a video to YouTube of their robots creepily dancing to The Contours’ “Do You Love Me.”
The video shows Atlas, Spot, and Handle – Boston Dynamics’ top robots, performing moves choreographed to the music.
Aug 1, 2020
Last week an organization of doctors called America’s Frontline Doctors went to Washington DC and gave a press release in front of the Supreme Court.
What this group of doctors said directly contradicted official positions of the World Health Organization and the Centers For Disease Control regarding the coronavirus and treatment of the infection as the new experimental vaccine could arrive before the end of the year.
Members of the doctors’ organization have been fired from their jobs, they have had their website removed and the viral video has been almost scrubbed from the internet. →
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May 27, 2020
For years now Activist Post has been warning about the rise of robotic technology and artificial intelligence. Now, the technology is being used for police robot dogs and for herding sheep. That means that robots are even coming for our K9 friends’ jobs. Aye caramba!
CNET reports: →
Read more & video clips via Robot Dogs Replace K9s Herding Sheep And Help Police Enforce Social Distancing — Activist Post
By Aaron Kesel Engineering company Boston Dynamics has released a video of its famous Atlas robot leaping up stairs. In the video titled: “Parkour Atlas,” Atlas utilizes ‘computer vision’ to analyze its surroundings, jump over a log and then climb a wooden structure. “Atlas does parkour,” the YouTube video’s description says. “The control software uses the…Read more & videos
By Mac Slavo A well-known Russian weapons company has just unveiled its newest deadly weapon: a golden 13-foot tall killer robot. Kalashnikov Concern presented the large bulletproof robot that’s currently in development at the Army 2018 fair near Moscow. About 1,200 Russian defense companies and weapon manufacturers take part in the Army 2018 event, according to reports by….Read more