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This 6-Foot, 330-Pound Robot May One Day Save Your Life | Meet Atlas, the Pentagon’s 6'2", 330-pound humanitarian robot. He was designed to save lives in disaster zones (like Fukushima)...

Seriously, ATLAS looks way more like a badass combat android from the future than a life-saving bot of today.

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Boston Dynamics has overhauled its ATLAS humanoid robot (previously) ahead of the upcoming DARPA Robotics Challenge finals, rebuilding around of the ‘bot, including, most significantly, the rem…

The Googlebot cuts the cord: Giant humanoid robot overhauled and made wireless in bid to win $2m prize in US Government's 'Robot Olympics'  | The Atlas robot created by Google-owned firm Boston Dynamics is a formidable figure at 6ft 2in tall and weighing in at 330lb. The robot boasts 28 hydraulically actuated joints and stereo vision, and is one of the most advanced robots ever created. Atlas will also now carry an onboard 3.7-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack.

The Googlebot: Atlas robot overhauled to win $2m 'Robot Olympics'

Atlas, A Six-Foot-Tall Humanoid Robot With Articulated Hands and Joints by Boston Dynamics

Atlas, A Six-Foot-Tall Humanoid Robot With Articulated Hands and Joints by Boston Dynamics

DARPA's humanoid Atlas robot is designed to assist with a range of emergency services, including search and rescue operations.

Researchers reveal Ian the Atlas robot can now vacuum, sweep and even put the trash away *

Google's terrifying two legged giant robot taught how to CLEAN

Atlas robot learns how to do chores If you're in the market for arobotbutler some good news -- this one has learned how to do chores. By: Emily Reynolds Continue reading.

U.S. Navy to test humanoid robotic firefighters.                             WoW!!

SAFFiR, the Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot, being developed by the U. Navy is intended to be capable of finding and suppressing shipboard fires and working seamlessly with human firefighters.

REEM-C, plateforme de recherche en robotique humanoïde

REEM-C, plateforme de recherche en robotique humanoïde

Kuratas can be controlled by motion sensor technology in the one-man cockpit or through any phone with a 3G connection. As well as auto targeting your enemy it is easy for those looking for sweet vengeance - the robot's heavy artillery fires 6,000 bullet per minute when the pilot smiles.

Funny pictures about Japan's first combat robot. Oh, and cool pics about Japan's first combat robot. Also, Japan's first combat robot.

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