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    Absolutely amazing. Needs a mouth to retrieve balls
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    And all you need is a magnet to pick up poop.
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    This whole process of robotics, advanced computer dynamics, genetic manupulation and cognizant mechanical entites is coming. There is little to do but to either go "Luddite" or just wait.
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    They are amazing for sure. Kinda scary in a weird way. Just think what the military can do with those. Can go where wheeled vehicals can't, has it's own sense of balance with electronics and gyro. Very very cool, but what's this world coming to. A false sense of reality. It started with realistic video games. Part of me likes it, and part of me doesn't. Mixed feelings I guess. I remember watching the Jetsons cartoon as a kid, thinking no way. We have surpassed that in so many ways. Human exsistance as we know it is rapidly changing. What's next?.....

    These have been all over the news and TV lately. Very cool. Thanks for posting....
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    Now they need to create robotic jockeys to race them........I can just hear the PA..
    In lane 1 we have bouncing robbie, in lane 2 we have crazy legs "I" beam etc. OMM.

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    Once they are weaponized and autonomous we won't have to worry about Zombies anymore, hello Terminator. Now why did they have to ban my armor piercing ammo?
    Fortunately I think a shotgun will work fine against quad rotor drones but those Robo-dogs might be tougher..
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    Awesome. Yeah, you start putting all this stuff together, look out.
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    The nefarious possibilities are frightening. As usual technological advances occur before societal or legislative accommodations can keep up. At least mini-dromes are, or should be, banned from many parks and public venues where they detract from pleasure and safety of the public.
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    UAVs are already severely restricted, but there is no enforcement. Like every other ignorance-based statement, calls for legislation are the wrong tactic. Simply enforce the existing rules and regs for remote controlled flying toys. Now that everyone is educated that such rules and regs already exist (see how deceptively simple it is to defeat ignorance?), we can all work on holding the government's feet to the fire to promote enforcement. However, I would prefer the shotgun solution as the government screws up EVERYTHING it touches, especially when it comes to expending resources on programs that do not enhance the budget potential. remember, there is a VERY low recidivism rate for shotgunned drones.




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