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This is How Robots Fight

A board for showing fights (or even just bickering) between computers or robots.

DARPA’s Four Legged Squad Support System (LS3) is aimed at demonstrating a mobile, semi-autonomous legged robot which can carry 400 lbs of a military squad’s load, following squad members through rugged terrain and interacting with troops naturally, like a trained animal with its handler

Lockheed Martin's Samarai UAV on a testing field.

DARPA has released the first video of its robot Legged Squad Support System (LS3) walking untethered and in the wild. Watch in awe as a robotic quadruped scales a rocky, forested hill while carrying a heavy load on its back. / This is the next step of the Boston Dynamics 'BigDog'

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it's a gif.

Sumotori Dreams. Humans can designate a direction to move in, but the rest is AI.

Cleverbot vs. AIM spam bot

  • Nathan John

    this is a totally amazeballs piece of postmodern surrealism.

Do Sims talk when no one's around?

  • Evan Sharp

    Sha - that's what I was thinkingggggg

  • Justin Maxwell

    battlebots always pissed me off because THEY ARE NOT ROBOTS. they are kickass radio controlled vehicles, but that's it.

  • Ben Golder

    Hell yeah they count. According to the official definition of "robot" for this board, "robots" are defined as anything machiney/electronicky that looks cool or any fake creatures stuck inside a computer. If anyone pins a decent video of Survival Research Laboratories robots fighting, they get bonus points.

  • Justin Maxwell

    i don't have any video, but i have lots of photos of SRL at the Brewery in LA from around 2001 or so.

  • Anthony Brooks

    Lets throw in some AI and see what these things can really do

"You were mistaken. Which is odd since memory shouldn't be a problem for you." Cleverbot vs. Cleverbot