We hope you are ready to welcome your robot overlords, because in the end it appears that luckily, these robots are not in the form of terminators, but in the form of cute dogs. In a viral video circulating on Twitter, a Chinese robotics company called Unitree Robotics shared a video of an “army” of black robotic dogs running a video together. Sharing in the background theme of the Imperial March from Star Wars, it seems too much to look like the beginning of the robot empire.
“The forces are awake. Everyone, how much will help to calculate? Wrote the tweet covers army of robotic pips. Everyone looks similar to Boston Dynamics ’robot spotting the dog and judging the impressive synchronized movement they seem to be able to overcome the similarity of athleticism. Unitary Robotics Boston Dynamics, the design and production of China’s autonomous four-bird robots, seems to be the answer to Boston Dynamics that calls itself after an obstacle.
Their products include all forms of similar dog-like designs, including BenBen, Aliengo, Laikago and A1. Perhaps their most striking robot, the BenBen, designed to design with the Chinese New Year in mind, drawing it like a cow and being able to sit on its hind legs. The latest video shows the capabilities of A1 on their versatile platform. The A1 features rough terrain, multi-directional performance and durability across a beautiful Nifty top speed of 3.3 m / s (11.88 km / h). While the company seems happy to embrace their dark side through their marketing campaigns, Twitter is concerned about the robot army. Many responses immediately indicate the possibility of their use in military applications.
One user wrote, “We only need to know one thing about these robots: how to destroy them as quickly as possible” one. Unitree has taken their steps, saying they are not “BenBen” Publish a meme-filled video of their BenBen robot dog. There is nothing inherently tragic in the video – well, apart from the main theme of Darth Vader – robotic dogs and their deployment in battle a matter of legitimate concern. A month ago, a group of artists created a wave on the Internet by showing off a paintball gun mounted on Boston Dynamics ’spot, suggesting that it could easily replaced for a more deadly weapon.
Boston Dynamics strongly condemned it, noting that their robots not intended for violence. In recent times, however, police in Singapore have been using the spot, with videos of the robot dog mounted on a camera to see if people were socially watching the COVID-19 epidemic at a distance. The spot has used by the U.S. military as a patrol as well as a remote-controlled explosives ordinance checker, but it is unclear whether the dog will continue to be used.