Boston Dynamics Highlights Its Latest Killer Robots

August 19, 2015


This is a video of Boston Dynamics highlighting and discussing the latest improvements in their family of killer robots. First they talk about Spot, the quadroped robot with an arm for a head that can open doors, then they show off Atlas, their humanoid robot, who's now running around in the woods scaring the shit out of everything that lives there. Even the country mouse wants to move to the city now. Thankfully, Atlas still requires a power cord to supply electricity. So basically humanity has however long it takes Boston Dynamics to get rid of that power cord. I wouldn't hold your breath on having a birthday next year.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to LandonP, who isn't afraid to speak his mind about killer robots provided there are no killer robots around to hear and kill him.

  • I'm not a nazi but maybe some of their ideas was not so bad after all, like sterilization? Since he looks old enough to have offspring, sterilize his children and grandchildren too.

  • Matticus Morgan

    Did these people NOT see terminator?

  • Joujou

    manipulator? You mean autoshotgun?
    Has mobility of within shooting range?

  • GODZILLA godzilla

    Please hint at or make a disclaimer b4 showing frightening images of arachnids on your front page, i had nightmares, thx.

  • Drew Rochon

    "Within shooting range of you" ... Not a phrase I want to hear from developer of killer robots.

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