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When someone does make a twerking robot (and they will), I hope we’ll all agree science has gone mad!

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Cue the chorus of angels!
(illustration by Mateus Cosme | mateuscpmportfolio)

Cue the chorus of angels!

(illustration by Mateus Cosme | mateuscpmportfolio)

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ckck:

Apollo 11, 45 years ago.

Celebrating this anniversary being thankful it was Neil Armstrong, and not a robot, that made it to the moon first. 

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A 70-foot tall robot to juggle cars? Well, it’s not quite as ridiculous as building a 50-foot tall robot Michael Jackson to roam the desert outside Las Vegas. 

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mattqspangler:

"Spontaneous Combustion"
It could be a phoenix rising, or just a really shitty day, it is all a matter of perspective.

mattqspangler:

"Spontaneous Combustion"

It could be a phoenix rising, or just a really shitty day, it is all a matter of perspective.

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Just a quick note that the 3rd annual Robot Film Festival is happening this weekend in San Francisco. You know you’ll have to sit through their films anyway after the impending robot uprising, might as well get started now.

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Something new for us to fear: bears in mech suits. 

(illustrations by Dave Sliozis)

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I can understand roboticists who want to push the boundaries of science and technology, who are driven to build robots that will help make the world a better place. Apparently, this guy just wanted a robot to wash his damn car!

(photos via The Old Robots)

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First, the robots came for the switchboard operators. Then, the chauffeurs. Now, it looks like the ink-stained journalist is next on the list. How to teach a robot to write (via thisistheverge)
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strangeblades said: You do good work. Keep it up. Add more creepy. Just a thought. A creepy thought. See what I beer there? Ha. Beer.

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