Run, Run, Rudolph; Google's Going To Replace You With A Robot
Google's Boston Dynamics tossed some antlers on Spot to wish everyone happy holidays. It's not creepy at all.
Remember Rudolph? He was a bit of an oddball. (Video via NBC / 'Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer')
But he got to lead Santa's sleigh. (Video via Jam Handy Organization / 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer')
This year, Google's Boston Dynamics thought maybe Spot could lead the way.
Spot is one of the robotics firm's smallest four-legged creations. (Video via Google)
But he's tough, fast and — who knows — maybe he can even fly. (Video via Google)
Though, we're pretty sure that would put Google on the FAA's naughty list. (Video via Google)
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