Boston AI robodog on street in Canada

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    • #37526
      Bsfc321
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      So there have been rumblings about robots on the streets for years….always seemed like sci fi, and for a long time the tech was simply not advanced enough to make it happen.

      Behold, robodog in the streets. Already rumors of governments wanting to employ these as part of the police force in many countries.

      Talk about your end times nightmares. Yeesh. And the girl in the video shouts, “OMG, I love you!” :wacko:

      https://www.rt.com/news/501750-boston-dynamics-spot-robot-fear/

       

       

       

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    • #37534
      Geri7
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      Eek … sooo creepy with “the rise of the machines” … it’s here.   The elites ultimate Utopia goal is it to depopulate humans (since the food chain supply is low) and just have A.I. machines roaming the planet. I’m seriously leaning now the AC army will consist mostly of A.I robots giving out the mark of the beast injection mid point of the trib while also operating the guillotine machines as well.  No mercy.

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    • #37542
      Arthur
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      No chew sticks needed. Just the occasional oil change.

      What’s not to love, Geri? ;-)

      In all seriousness, this is super creepy.

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    • #37545
      Tammie
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      Yep, AI in the steel! :mdrmdr: Next comes Elon Musk’s wish, AI in the flesh, with his brain implants …. We gotta go! :prayer-hands:

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    • #37546
      Geri7
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      Hmmm … an AI dog?  I reckon if it gets a virus no need to bring to the Vet for costly meds … over the counter robo-tussin will do. :groan

      I think I’m better off keeping my real fur baby …  here he is begging for some treats after coming in from his walk.   Poor thing still hast to wear the cone but my cyber friend thinks in the meantime I might be able to get a few free Satellite tv channels … :mdrmdr:  

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    • #37547
      MyWhiteStone
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      It might be a real hoot for Boston Dynamics to put a head and tail on the robot.  But put them on the opposite ends from what might be expected.  Freaky friendly Freddie maybe.

      You are a hoot, Geri.  :mdrmdr:   How is the healing coming along?

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    • #37548
      Tammie
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      Cone of shame —- awe, I vote he gets a treat! Robo- tussian for cough due to cold :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

      Petti-cure for ailments; Peed-alyte for hydration; tile-la-not for headaches; I-be-pro-fins for swimmers; Met-a-muse-all for funny times; Geri-tall for stop ups; K-ax-a-late for living (liver) it up; Go-lightly for runners; …. I’m done for now …. :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: :groan — need to go home! :prayer-hands:

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      • #37550
        Geri7
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        :mdrmdr:   Very funny, doc!

        Well I never want to experience that go-lightly junk ever again.  That stuff is worse than liquid milk of magnesia!  :negative:   Surely the rapture will happen before the next exam in 5 yrs.

        :prayer-hands: for our glorified bodies … perhaps as early as tomorrow or Monday?! :popcorn

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    • #37549
      Geri7
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      After his staples got removed on Friday Sept 18th we had a set back … he started barfing each day and had a really bad gas problem.  My place smelled like an outhouse.   :wacko:   I called up the vet to notify them and to see if he’s got an infection or a flora gut problem.  They suggested probiotics (pills (must open up the capsule and sprinkle the powder on the food) and a syringe format inside the mouth) and mild dog food for GI health.  So I paid $44 for the meds and 6 small cans of chicken stew (size of a tuna can). Thankfully he is doing much better now.  He’s already bored with the chicken stew :scratch: so I have to doctor it up and added some tomato sauce and included a very small meatball last night into the stew.  He is definitely Italian because he then inhaled his dinner. :whistle:   He wants to play with his tennis ball but it’s awkward with that cone.  He has to tilt his head a certain way to retrieve the ball off the floor … looks like he is bobbing for apples.  And if I throw the ball at him … it lands in the cone next to his check.  He learned to tilt his head so the ball then rolls into his mouth.  :mdrmdr:    Thanks for your concern and prayers. :yes:

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