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By Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer | May 11, 2018 07:28am ET


Watch Out: This automaton may Run once You
You can run from state capital Dynamics' automaton automaton Atlas, however it would not does one any sensible — the automaton will run once you.

In a video shared to YouTube yesterday (May 10) by the automaton maker, the uncannily human-like Atlas demonstrates running ability that's spookily harking back to somebody's. The automaton jogs methodically across Associate in Nursing expanse of grass, against a scene of trees punctuated by a number of isolated buildings.

The scene is sort of peaceful and idyllic, apart from the pervasive whirring and noisy of Atlas' motors, gears and joints, and also the sense of growing unease that comes with witnessing the inexorable approach of our future automaton overlords. [Super-Intelligent Machines: 7 Robotic Futures]
Boston Dynamics poses the video's title as a matter — "Getting some air, Atlas?" — like Atlas had somehow unexpectedly taken himself outside for a run, on a whim.

The robot, delineate as "the world's most dynamic humanoid" on the capital of Massachusetts Dynamics web site, runs at a slow-but-steady pace over grass, up a small incline to a different field, then stops ahead of a log. Atlas steadies himself, bends his "knees," raises his "arms" and agilely hops over the log, landing while not a wobble. It's a powerful show — then very like the actions of someone that it is also alittle unsettling.

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This isn't the primary time that Atlas' antics have gone infective agent. Atlas appeared in a very video compilation announce to YouTube on Gregorian calendar month. 23, 2016, that showed the golem walking flat-footed through a snow-clad forest, stacking boxes on shelves and ill its balance when a Boston Dynamics worker pushed the larva with a sports implement.

Another video, discharged on Gregorian calendar month. 16, 2017, showed Atlas hopping on and off blocks and even performing arts a backflip.

But this can be the primary footage to point out Atlas "free running" outdoors. This new video might represent a check of the robot's balance and skill to navigate in a very landscape that's additional uneven than a warehouse floor, because the robot's sensors ar supposed to permit it to maneuver swimmingly over "rough terrain" and to quickly recover if it stumbles or falls over, consistent with the Boston Dynamics web site.

Original article on Live Science.

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