Inside a Humanoid Robot Lab | Figure

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2 ай бұрын

Meet Figure, a leader in the race to build commercially viable humanoid robots. For episode 20 of S³, we got the world’s first close up look at what they’re building.
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@CallumQuinnCreates
@CallumQuinnCreates Ай бұрын
This is my very first episode of your channel! Congratulations on finishing season two. I have subscribed, and I’m looking forward to more!
@jackgrothaus2722
@jackgrothaus2722 2 ай бұрын
Literal instant subscribe, You guys are covering the most important subject matter in the world right now. Its wild how many people have no idea what's going on in the world of tech right now, and I think its mainly due to poor coverage and ignorance from traditional mainstream media. You guys have an awesome future ahead and I'm looking foward to watching you guys grow.
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
100% the goal is to bring more light on the companies and people building the future of tech!! Thanks for your comment, brightened my mood while finishing today's episode
@RajeevKumar-wl6ei
@RajeevKumar-wl6ei 2 ай бұрын
Traditional media and it's patrons are going to have a deer in the headlights moment soon.
@HakikattenBahset
@HakikattenBahset 2 ай бұрын
Tweaking humanoid motion to achieve distributed damping and fluid movements must be the most rewarding and enjoyable part of the design process.
@ritchiewlc
@ritchiewlc 2 ай бұрын
love your works a lot Jason - super high quality 🔥
@pearcomputers
@pearcomputers 2 ай бұрын
Really great to see brand new small channels waking up Jason
@azammohamed2434
@azammohamed2434 2 ай бұрын
jason keep up the good work, it really inspires and motivates us achieving things - we`re here to support! Looking forward for season 3...
@gridvid
@gridvid 2 ай бұрын
This is exactly what we need... I hope they can work anywhere soon
@fosatech
@fosatech 2 ай бұрын
Just found out about S³ from X; you're putting out some fantastic stuff!
@wege8409
@wege8409 2 ай бұрын
honestly in my work environment, I sit in one place and do a lot of repetitive movements. just basically open bags and take some things out of it, apply my tool to the things, then put them back in the bag i think it would be great if I could train something that's like BD's Stretch, like something that sits in one place but moves its hands around on a swiveling arm thing the hands would also need to be gentle, as I handle things that shouldn't be scratched
@SkylerGreenman-tj9ln
@SkylerGreenman-tj9ln 14 күн бұрын
What job do you do?
@420mikepark
@420mikepark 7 күн бұрын
You will be replaced. You won't be needed
@treewx
@treewx 2 ай бұрын
Incredible leader. Great video 👍
@eduardocgarza
@eduardocgarza 2 ай бұрын
Another great video Jason... keep it up.
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
🫡 thank you sir
@pearcomputers
@pearcomputers 2 ай бұрын
@@jasoncarman Really great to see brand new small channels waking up
@thadgrace
@thadgrace 2 ай бұрын
I subbed because of this. Can’t wait to see what you have in store for the future.
@duncanmaclennan9624
@duncanmaclennan9624 2 ай бұрын
Amazing company, great vid.
@focusedsam2421
@focusedsam2421 2 ай бұрын
super high quality stuf, keep doing jason.
@madogblue
@madogblue 2 ай бұрын
They have accomplished a lot, but have a long long way to go
@JigilJigil
@JigilJigil 2 ай бұрын
Great video, keep up the good work.
@0ctatr0n
@0ctatr0n 2 ай бұрын
This going to sound super shallow, but I won't be WOW'd by robots until they master walking normally and not like they shat their pants
@mogdor
@mogdor 2 ай бұрын
My standard is probably more shallow. I’ll be WOW’d by robots when they can wipe my ass and clean me up when I’m old and shat MY pants
@gerardcousineau3478
@gerardcousineau3478 2 ай бұрын
​@@mogdor😂❤
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
Haha, very fair. But look at it this way: humans struggle to walk proficiently for a few years, they're not even physically in their prime for 2 decades! This robot is only 1 year old... give it some time :)
@user-mc5oh2pl7t
@user-mc5oh2pl7t 2 ай бұрын
@@jasoncarman That type of walking gate is accessible even for robots from 70s-90s-2000s...
@kairi4640
@kairi4640 2 ай бұрын
Honestly my standard is basically anime robots like astro boy etc. 😂
@Mike-gd2fv
@Mike-gd2fv 27 күн бұрын
Amazing content! Keep it up.
@michelprins
@michelprins 2 ай бұрын
looking good boston dynamics could do with a bit off competition ;)
@bored833
@bored833 13 күн бұрын
really great content! many thanks
@user-sl4nu7eb1r
@user-sl4nu7eb1r 2 ай бұрын
Keep up doing it. ❤
@nicolo.lazzaro
@nicolo.lazzaro 5 күн бұрын
Amazing video
@dannsick
@dannsick 2 ай бұрын
This was good 👍🏻
@lukaellegaardjensen6178
@lukaellegaardjensen6178 2 ай бұрын
Insane!
@Theforeveraloneguy
@Theforeveraloneguy 2 ай бұрын
I think the robot needs to have a short term and long term memory, this will aid it in decision making. Also there needs to be an AI that's only responsible for balance and speed.
@user-pg2gz1ev4i
@user-pg2gz1ev4i 2 ай бұрын
Companies should rely on advanced software that acts like a virtual twin of the real design. This allows them to test and refine their ideas much quicker, saving time and money.
@slimerone
@slimerone 2 ай бұрын
crazy times in this world - Good Luck
@nifty6486
@nifty6486 2 ай бұрын
Going to be so interesting to see them and tesla compete for the market, the race to production is officially set off I guess
@bephrem
@bephrem 2 ай бұрын
great episode
@Pg-ts9md
@Pg-ts9md Ай бұрын
I am 56 now. When I was 13 we got our first computer at school. Our teacher said that in the future technology will do more work enabling us to have more time to do the things we love. In reality, society has conditioned us to be more productive, have more stress and less time. Now listen to what he says from 0.10 After 43 years I still haven't lost hope 😂
@wege8409
@wege8409 2 ай бұрын
people who are afraid of humanoid robots taking jobs should consider how when people are dying the number one thing they say is that "I wish I didn't work so much". we should take that sentiment to heart and work toward this future
@lindalucas7553
@lindalucas7553 2 ай бұрын
Question! Who's going to pay people to live and provide for their families if robots take over jobs. Robots will never be humans. Human like, yes. It take real life humans to put information in robots to work. Robots seem to work like computers with human like bodies. Such saying. Sounds great though
@wege8409
@wege8409 2 ай бұрын
@@lindalucas7553 government will step in at that point with UBI. the safety of the families in question hinges on how government will respond to our new capabilities really, so your concern is totally legitimate. if government does not respond with UBI the people affected will be picketing until they do respond. as far as robots needing humans to function, i feel like this is becoming less and less true over time
@tongtran007
@tongtran007 14 сағат бұрын
This would be great if people don’t need to work as much but also people still need to eat. A UBI would need to be implemented as AI robots can replace most labor eventually.
@thegreenviking1422
@thegreenviking1422 Ай бұрын
I like these guys... Game changers...
@richardurwin
@richardurwin 2 ай бұрын
Best quote "START BUILDING!!"; Awesome video thank you very much. But my question is when are "they" going to have the promised robot Vs human soccer game, its 2023going24?
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
I just want a world where we have robot MMA, like the movie "Real Steal" lol
@therealOXOC
@therealOXOC 2 ай бұрын
This bet is for 2050 (to beat the human champions). At the pace we're going it could be way earlier.
@supermat1937
@supermat1937 2 ай бұрын
How is this not more viral / in the news
@user-pg2gz1ev4i
@user-pg2gz1ev4i 2 ай бұрын
Think of it like a robot Olympics for space exploration! The company that builds the most advanced robot first will dominate a massive new market. This market will completely transform jobs and how our economy works, impacting everyone from astronauts to office workers.
@saiello2061
@saiello2061 2 ай бұрын
I'll be WOWed when a robot can butter a piece of toast. That means following the instruction "make me some toast", it'll fetch the bread, the butter, the knife, stick the bread in the toaster, retrieve the toast, unwrap the butter, apply the butter in an EVEN spread and hand it to me on a plate. Then clean up. Clean the knife, rewrap the butter, and place everything back from whence it came. And be able to do this in any home in which it finds itself tasked with being a home help. The very simplest of tasks for the average human being. For a humanoid robot? One word: Nope.
@Jasona1976
@Jasona1976 2 ай бұрын
Impressive 🤞
@charliebaby7065
@charliebaby7065 2 ай бұрын
ever consider monocular slam? i see the multiple rgbd cams and the perimeter ir system, so im guessing that answer is no.. but wouldn't it be more appealing to a wider varitey of clients? (considering the software would be capable enough to meet or supercede the capablities of the alernatives, of course) (but the confidence in its zdepth is concerning right? well, zoedepth right off the bat is quiet promising ) i quit working about 3 years ago to strictly focus, every single day, on learning computer vision solutions. this is absolutely the driving core of our coming futures, imho (and hot swappable portable power) oh. Figure I get it
@Ksouth2007
@Ksouth2007 2 ай бұрын
Anyone know what the song is at the beginning?
@jcmay67
@jcmay67 2 ай бұрын
Groundbreaking, great content on this channel.
@phillevchenko1156
@phillevchenko1156 2 ай бұрын
From what I see, the version that they have right now, would be not able to do any meaningful job, other than just walk, since the type of knee and hip motors, most likely would not be able to provide enough torque to be able to lift any more than the body weight alone. I am not saying this with confidence, but this is what my gut feeling tells me. But, if the goal to develop a generic humanoid robot software platform, then that construction should be well enough. Also approach with using depth cameras might not be the best in a long run (that is, IF they actually use depth camera functionality and not just use those depth cameras as a simple stereo cameras). It's nice to see companies, other than Tesla, who work on these problems!
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
Keep in mind this is a prototype they've developed in less than 12 months 😉
@phillevchenko1156
@phillevchenko1156 2 ай бұрын
Very very impressive for such prototype! They will face the same problems with sourcing components for humanoid robots, that don't exist in the market, as did Tesla in near future. I hope they will get all the funding and talent they need, because we need more companies working on real-world humanoid robots! @@jasoncarman
@rasmasyean
@rasmasyean 2 ай бұрын
It's like the Self-Driving car. DARPA / Google initiated that race where ppl with lots of money will fund "commercial research labs" to experiment in hopes that they are eventually a winner. DARPA / Boston Dynamics initiated this current race. The capitalists are more powerful than the government nowadays and research projects no longer need taxpayer funds so it happens in real world settings.
@jimj2683
@jimj2683 2 ай бұрын
There are gears inside the motors that multiply torque. There could also be a dual system with two motors per joint. One weak and fast another strong (geared) and slow.
@rasmasyean
@rasmasyean 2 ай бұрын
@@jimj2683 What? You mean like a motor with a clutch? Can you provide a name for such a product in the market?
@insertacoin738
@insertacoin738 Ай бұрын
please put the socials of who you're interviewing in the desc
@GH-uo9fy
@GH-uo9fy 2 ай бұрын
Needs artificial muscles, tendons and ligaments instead of stiff actuators. idk, but I think this is what most robot makers fail at doing, reinventing the wheel instead of copying what already works in nature.
@gabrielscarlat9856
@gabrielscarlat9856 2 ай бұрын
If anyone thinks that this development in robotics will be used for the benefit of people, they are mistaken.
@solosailorsv8065
@solosailorsv8065 2 ай бұрын
just like other industrial automations, the profits will NOT "free up time to do the things you like". It will make more money for the profiteers. Buy the stocks. History proves this as in the 1960's it took one income to afford a home (one "bread winner"). Now its 2,5 incomes needed per house (more than two adults working) and LONGER work hours per week are expected too
@raul36
@raul36 Ай бұрын
i´m in the robotics industry and that´s exactly what is going to happen.
@gabrielscarlat9856
@gabrielscarlat9856 Ай бұрын
It is very simple to understand. For years it has been discussed at the level of the rich that humanity must be reduced, resources are running out. Along with the development of technologies worldwide, solutions to eliminate people also appeared. Why do they want total automation? Because at a production line where 100 people were working, now 10 technicians are used for maintenance. The cost of the 90 fired people covers a large part of the initial investment cost and very soon the investment will be returned and the profit will be entered directly with minimal maintenance costs. The ideal situation for any investor. What happens to the fired people? they are absorbed in the economy as much as possible until this solution no longer exists. Until then, many will die from less known medical causes but treated with all kinds of medical innovations
@FredrickLeicht
@FredrickLeicht 2 ай бұрын
You need to increase the stride on the robot. It is like it is tip toeing around as a posed to actually walking.
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
I imagine they'll do that over time, they got to this stage in just 1 year!
@user-mc5oh2pl7t
@user-mc5oh2pl7t 2 ай бұрын
Increasing stride require changing gate from current bend-knee to stretched-knee gate, with tend to be very hard, especially with pelvis/trunk without many DOFs and fully flat foots.
@GoogleUser-iv9nm
@GoogleUser-iv9nm 2 ай бұрын
Can't imagine how they could compete with Tesla. Last Optimus looks like its is already partly designed by AI.
@vladoportos
@vladoportos 2 ай бұрын
Easily, Optimus is vaporware, hardly walk in straight line... This one seems to be at least to walk and turn...
@seanhardy_
@seanhardy_ 2 ай бұрын
Thoughts on optimus?
@paull557
@paull557 Ай бұрын
Place at least one knuckle in each foot if building toes is too challenging. This ensures a more natural and less awkward walking appearance
@EddyKorgo
@EddyKorgo 2 ай бұрын
I think we are doing it a wrong way. First mechanical/synthetic organs and body parts, then robots. Or are we gonna grow robots for parts?
@Fatvod
@Fatvod 2 ай бұрын
Dude this was great. You got a subscriber for sure.
@fredflintstoner596
@fredflintstoner596 2 ай бұрын
Mrs Richards: "I paid for a room with a view !" Basil: (pointing to the lovely view) "That is Torquay, Madam ." Mrs Richards: "It's not good enough!" Basil: "May I ask what you were expecting to see out of a Torquay hotel bedroom window ? Sydney Opera House, perhaps? the Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Herds of wildebeest sweeping majestically past?..." Mrs Richards: "Don't be silly! I expect to be able to see the sea!" Basil: "You can see the sea, it's over there between the land and the sky." Mrs Richards: "I'm not satisfied. But I shall stay. But I expect a reduction." Basil: "Why?! Because Krakatoa's not erupting at the moment ?"
@homelessrobot
@homelessrobot 2 ай бұрын
"Free you up to do the things you love" Yeah because people who are slaving away in mines all day will surely beable to afford a robotic body double.
@jacksonvaldez5911
@jacksonvaldez5911 2 ай бұрын
They wouldn't be slaving away in the mines, robots would
@homelessrobot
@homelessrobot 2 ай бұрын
they wouldn't be doing the things they love either, because the money they were earning in the mines, now they aren't earnign at all. Because its someone elses robot doing their work for their money. The existence of a piece of machinery that can do the only job that was available to you before doesn't magically get you better work. It gets you even more poverty.
@xsuploader
@xsuploader Ай бұрын
@@homelessrobot if thats the case then why is the median person today much better off than the median person in 1820.
@homelessrobot
@homelessrobot Ай бұрын
​@@xsuploader Why indeed. Is it because replacing people with machines necessarily generates more wealth that they can access? No, no, it doesn't. You can run from a bear for a while. And you might even get healthier from all of the running. But the bear eventually wins. Running from bears only looks healthy in the short term. The way wealth makes it 'back into the hands of the little guy' when the little guy isn't able to actually contribute anything to its earning (and hold it hostage from people that employ them in exchange for money), is currently unknown. Maybe there will be a robot tax that will pay someones wages for every 10 robots you operate. Or maybe there will be no such thing, and vast swaths of the population lose access to resources. Industrialization is only a 'net success' if you are looking specifically in the places where it was a net success. Where the value of individual human contributions to the work force aren't sacrosanct, industrialization chewed through workers like farming chews through cows. Only in places where an individuals control of their labor was respected prospered under industrialization. If you cannot even put in an honest days work for a wage or a meal, and you are just holding your head under someone elses charity faucet for sustenance, who exactly are you valuable to and why? Who is going to give you what they say is theirs for this? It would turn the large majority of the participants in society into a debt rather than a revenue stream, as it is today. Your worth to your peers would be greater for not existing at all, and eventually, someone will catch on to this and maximize your value for you and everyone around you. By killing you.
@juanestonia7213
@juanestonia7213 2 ай бұрын
Boston dynamics called....they said someting about, "hold my beer".
@ehenyor
@ehenyor 2 ай бұрын
But how often do the humanoids do push-ups?
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
This is the real question we should be asking.
@MmanYoga
@MmanYoga Ай бұрын
Thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for! A small suggestion, no background music, I don’t know if it’s just my personal preference, but I feel like good content needs focus, without the interference of music.
@jeffreyfoltzjr7382
@jeffreyfoltzjr7382 2 ай бұрын
Solutions are , parents make your kid do chores, make them get jobs. I got disrespected for telling my kids when they turned 18 they needed a job. Stop spoiling and get em moving and motivated!
@StuartFingerhut
@StuartFingerhut 2 ай бұрын
Here at Cyberdyne Systems... 😅
@ken-mb5cp
@ken-mb5cp 2 ай бұрын
This guy is Elon minus all the weirdness and drama.
@allamamuhammadiqbal-xz2ut
@allamamuhammadiqbal-xz2ut 2 ай бұрын
thanks
@OneLeggedDiver
@OneLeggedDiver 24 күн бұрын
dude I've watched 3 videos from this channel and don't understand why there isn't 3 mil subs. Keep at it and I'm sure it will
@jonthed
@jonthed 2 ай бұрын
I love your enthusiasm but I can't help think Tesla's approach of reducing complexity for lower cost and ease of mass manufacture is going to prove the best approach to actually succeed in mass adoption. good luck though
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
I don't believe that approach vs Figure/Tesla is mutually exclusive.
@mydutube
@mydutube 2 ай бұрын
That’s not a factory, it’s a lab
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
Let me change the title, just for you lol
@mydutube
@mydutube 2 ай бұрын
@@jasoncarman you rock
@kpop863
@kpop863 2 ай бұрын
lmao. they keep saying robots will allow us to do more of what we love. nobody is paying you to do what you love, thats why we are stuck doing the things that pay the bills.
@lestagez
@lestagez Ай бұрын
batteries bill logging all this tech back
@KrustyKlown
@KrustyKlown 2 ай бұрын
WHY an over complicated expensive human like robot, when a task specific robot can do a mfg job better, at a fraction of the cost ??? We already have human workers who walk around and do no work .. why do we need humaniod robots to replace that?? LOL. WHAT IS NEEDED, is a robot with beyond human capability.. 10X longer reach, higher dexterity / speed, more joints, etc.. Simply replicating a human, is a very LIMITING goal, one that appeals to glib investors or makes for a good marketing stunt (i.e. Teslabot).
@brytonkalyi277
@brytonkalyi277 2 ай бұрын
I believe we are meant to be like Jesus in our hearts and not in our flesh. But be careful of AI, for it is just our flesh and that is it. It knows only things of the flesh (our fleshly desires) and cannot comprehend things of the spirit such as peace of heart (which comes from obeying God's Word). Whereas we are a spirit and we have a soul but live in the body (in the flesh). When you go to bed it is your flesh that sleeps but your spirit never sleeps (otherwise you have died physically) that is why you have dreams. More so, true love that endures and last is a thing of the heart (when I say 'heart', I mean 'spirit'). But fake love, pretentious love, love with expectations, love for classic reasons, love for material reasons and love for selfish reasons that is a thing of our flesh. In the beginning God said let us make man in our own image, according to our likeness. Take note, God is Spirit and God is Love. As Love He is the source of it. We also know that God is Omnipotent, for He creates out of nothing and He has no beginning and has no end. That means, our love is but a shadow of God's Love. True love looks around to see who is in need of your help, your smile, your possessions, your money, your strength, your quality time. Love forgives and forgets. Love wants for others what it wants for itself. Take note, true love works in conjunction with other spiritual forces such as patience and faith (in the finished work of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, rather than in what man has done such as science, technology and organizations which won't last forever). To avoid sin and error which leads to the death of our body and also our spirit in hell fire, we should let the Word of God be the standard of our lives not AI. If not, God will let us face AI on our own and it will cast the truth down to the ground, it will be the cause of so much destruction like never seen before, it will deceive many and take many captive in order to enslave them into worshipping it and abiding in lawlessness. We can only destroy ourselves but with God all things are possible. God knows us better because He is our Creater and He knows our beginning and our end. Our prove text is taken from the book of John 5:31-44, 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12, Daniel 7-9, Revelation 13-15, Matthew 24-25 and Luke 21. Let us watch and pray... God bless you as you share this message to others.
@bleightllcbenyoussef8791
@bleightllcbenyoussef8791 Ай бұрын
Looks like a robot for sure and need refinement Tesla don’t use cameras ,but AI which is much advanced Competition is good though
@distortedreality3116
@distortedreality3116 2 ай бұрын
Unfortunately mankind's greatest downfalls began with the best intentions. Granted these particular robots are not for replacing human labour, but it would be stupid to deny that the replacement of humans is a real possibility. Greed always sniffs out innovation✌️
@heerthirajah1661
@heerthirajah1661 28 күн бұрын
I already inspired a lot ffrom Figure company. this video make me 📈📈📈
@mrplease66
@mrplease66 2 ай бұрын
can someone tell this guy that 10 billion robots is the opposite of 'improving humanity'?
@mavrickalexander
@mavrickalexander 2 ай бұрын
Your wrong. Cheap labor is highly desired and a fantastic thing. But underpaying humans and working in poor working conditions is unethical. Look at the quality of life in cheap labor countries. 10 billion robots will build what humans cannot. Its a good thing. Dont supress technology. Adapt with it. Adapt to it. Accept the singularity. It is the way.
@mrplease66
@mrplease66 2 ай бұрын
@@mavrickalexander spoken like a true slave
@MrFujinko
@MrFujinko 2 ай бұрын
@@mavrickalexander Cheap chinese labour destroyed Brazil's industry. Come here to see the beautiful effect of mass unemployment.
@geno7801
@geno7801 2 ай бұрын
That bloke is a dirty liar! People don’t want to do those jobs for a reason - companies are evil. If he’s serious about bettering humanity he will let workers borrow robots to send to work in their place.
@babali1014
@babali1014 29 күн бұрын
It's hard to beat a wheel.
@gabrielscarlat9856
@gabrielscarlat9856 2 ай бұрын
We are talking about the next 10 years when robots will take over a large part of the industry and people will be left on the streets without jobs.
@brentsrx7
@brentsrx7 2 ай бұрын
Or I could hire Lupe, who needs a job to feed his kids.
@Jonathan-xo2gb
@Jonathan-xo2gb 2 ай бұрын
Hi I've been looking for a companies that have the ability to put together my invention that I absolutely believe will benefit earth more than any other current technology. I'm not sure who to contact though?
@jasoncarman
@jasoncarman 2 ай бұрын
You, build it yourself.
@Jonathan-xo2gb
@Jonathan-xo2gb 2 ай бұрын
@jasoncarman All I have is the idea, I don't have resources...
@jr-xf1ow
@jr-xf1ow 2 ай бұрын
If robots replace all human labor? How do humans get paid to buy goods and services?
@LutherVan
@LutherVan 22 күн бұрын
No one is working on this problem like Tesla, you can't solve this robotics problem tell you solve General Artificial Intelligence.
@socialtraffichq5067
@socialtraffichq5067 2 ай бұрын
Basically
@eugenes9751
@eugenes9751 2 ай бұрын
"Labor is a choice"..... Oye...
@edolivar2090
@edolivar2090 2 ай бұрын
wish 2024 robotic car..can talk can fly and swim
@JWSpaceX
@JWSpaceX 2 ай бұрын
its very difficult to compete with Tesla..
@stanislav4607
@stanislav4607 2 ай бұрын
I'm sorry for cheap labor people
@xerejuneseve6333
@xerejuneseve6333 2 ай бұрын
Give him a stable economic mini energy generator not battery.
@kentmckinney4271
@kentmckinney4271 2 ай бұрын
Let me know as soon as it learns how to do drywall patches so I can retire
@elpreciososi1735
@elpreciososi1735 2 ай бұрын
that's kinda puny robot
@ciprodriguez
@ciprodriguez Ай бұрын
Putin and Kim have some uses for this robot.
@JamesVideoCollection
@JamesVideoCollection 2 ай бұрын
8:38 Every statement he makes at this point he articulates as if he's asking a question. Weird!
@dragossorin85
@dragossorin85 Ай бұрын
Soon enough we can live lives instead of working
@Trashpanda5568
@Trashpanda5568 2 ай бұрын
except the people that get their job outsourced. they then need to find a new way to work while you take their wage away for robot labor. its not like we get more free time, it will just reduce our value as a laborer.
@imogen1
@imogen1 Ай бұрын
I would rather hear from the people building the robot than some exec who thinks he knows PR
@jasongooden917
@jasongooden917 2 ай бұрын
The ground in most places is flat. Perhaps they should move with wheels rather than walk slower than a crawling baby.
@ciprodriguez
@ciprodriguez Ай бұрын
GOOD BYE HUMANS
@chuyencuabin5765
@chuyencuabin5765 2 ай бұрын
Should speed up....let see tesla robot
@gregclaflin9026
@gregclaflin9026 2 ай бұрын
Walks like an old person with a bad back. A toddler could outrun this thing.
@rocksteel9087
@rocksteel9087 2 ай бұрын
O k, give it a flexible screening and a big toe, so it can walk normal I can't have my sex Bot walking around like ...
@HermitKing731
@HermitKing731 Ай бұрын
I dont see a single good use for robots other than to do ALL of our work and chores while humans have everything provided for them and spend most of their time in virtual worlds like in the god dam matrix movies.
@jukio02
@jukio02 2 ай бұрын
Omg, Tesla bot is so much better.
@cyberhippies9187
@cyberhippies9187 2 ай бұрын
why every humanoids have their big unmovable fixed chest part . humanoid should have like human body part . If it doesn’ t have it will not able to do human like work.
@donnalambs9578
@donnalambs9578 10 күн бұрын
Awe bots making bots for themselves
@jeffreyfoltzjr7382
@jeffreyfoltzjr7382 2 ай бұрын
Are we not lazy enough? Make the children of the next generation more lazy, go humanity. Also if they can do our jobs how are we to make money???
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