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See Boston Dynamics' terrifying robot that could probably dominate the NFL

See Boston Dynamics' terrifying robot that could probably dominate the NFL

This was also the subject of the company's last two videos which saw the robot kicked around, as well as a display of an arm attachment.

In one 34-second clip posted to the company's YouTube page yesterday, Boston Dynamics unveiled new updates to their humanoid robot named Atlas. It runs through a grassy field and even senses when it is approaching an object. The four-legged robot SpotMini - can move freely in enclosed spaces without the assistance of an operator, this really was a great achievement in engineering Boston Dynamics.

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We've seen Boston Dynamics' humanoid Atlas robot going for a stroll, being pushed around, and even doing backflips.

SpotMini was trained for that excursion by being driven through the facilities before, but with that memory in its system, it could apparently make its own way-negotiating stairs along the way-without bumping into things.

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Boston Dynamics poses the video's title as a question - "Getting some air, Atlas?" -as though Atlas had somehow unexpectedly taken himself outside for a run, on a whim. Total walk time for this route is just over 6 minutes.

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