Marques Brownlee made friends with a robot dog made by Boston Dynamics.
Unbox Therapy tackles a very epic unboxing: Spot by Boston Dynamics.
I want one.
Artificial sentience straddles the fields of philosophy and engineering.
Throw robots into the mix and it gets really interesting.
Seeker examines what it mean for a robot to be self-aware.
The Creative Machines Lab at Columbia University https://www.creativemachineslab.com/“At the Creative Machines Lab we build robots that do what you’d least expect robots to do: Self replicate, self-reflect, ask questions, and even be creative. We develop machines that can design and make other machines – automatically.”
From predictive design to 3D printing and even autonomous machines on site, what could construction look like if it were automated?
In this episode of What the Future, check out what Boston Dynamics’ robot dogs have been up to and see how robots can help colonize Mars.
By now, you have likely seen videos of Boston Dynamics’ innovative robotic projects. Among the most famous are the “robot dogs.” But did you ever wonder what would happen if a real dog ever met one of their robot dogs?
Well, wonder no more. As an added bonus, it’s a Schnauzer.
Marc Raibert, the CEO of Boston Dynamics, talks to members of the MIT class Artificial General Intelligence.
Boston Dynamics’ goal is to take an engineering approach to exploring possible paths toward building human-level intelligence for a better world.