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A South Korean company has unveiled a prototype for the world’s first manned, two-legged robot. It’s 4m High!

When it came up with “Potential uses” on the video I thought the first one should be to fight other 4m high robots!

I wonder when we’ll ever see the first manned walking robot on the moon?

http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-38442672

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Encephalitis - it really sucks.

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