— The Verge (@verge) February 12, 2018
People of the internet, are you having zero trouble sleeping at night? Well…. Boston Dynamics have built a solution for that…. pic.twitter.com/SG1Nd1Ai6E
— Prof. Vikas Shah MBE (@MrVikas) February 12, 2018
It appears that the dogs have learned to let themselves out.
— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) February 12, 2018
Watch this. If you dare. (It's a little creepy).
— KennedyDem (@UrNoJackKennedy) February 13, 2018
At least its a polite killer robot. Nothing worst than a rude robot. "Boston Dynamics"
— Water Drinker (@GenaRay18) February 13, 2018
— Mike Kazarenko (@mykhaylokaz) February 13, 2018
a lot of people at boston dynamics got a lot of money to create a robot that wouldn’t frighten skeptical humans. and what they came up with was “headless dog whose knees bend in the wrong direction, and we also kick it on video to show how sturdy it is”
the humanities matter
— liz andry (@misslizandry) February 13, 2018
When people say they’re scared of the Boston Dynamics robots, are they scared of what they could do, or by how they actually move and look?
— Miya (@pleasantchime) February 13, 2018
i spent the whole night to make this video, thanks boston dynamics for my broken mental health and thanks… https://t.co/4IFEbl9vnY
— lil vertex (@MikeDanilov) February 13, 2018
Boston Dynamics need to quit fucking around!!!! they'll kill us all https://t.co/qYtNjE6JWh
— conor (@swegconor) February 13, 2018
K so i live in Boston and if you wanna talk about "Boston Dynamics" we need to talk about a "liberal" bluer than blue state city that also happens to be one of the fastest gentrifying AND most segregated cities in the country at the same time. Also robots are gonna kill us all
— Evan Greer (@evan_greer) February 13, 2018
The Boston Dynamics robot has learned how to open doors https://t.co/SYT1ngQQuw
— Evangelist Dot News (@EvangelistNews) February 13, 2018
— Boston Dynamics (@BostonDynamics) November 17, 2017
Boston Dynamics' Latest Humanoid Robot Can Jump and Backflip Better Than You! pic.twitter.com/oNVWPEICnI
— Nokksee (@nokksee) February 11, 2018
honestly for like 8 years ive been watching videos of boston dynamics perfecting dog shaped future killing machines and its always framed like im supposed to applaud that it learned to hunt me a little better this month.
— el-p (@therealelp) February 12, 2018
Here's our story on this crazy bot: https://t.co/6o3x1H2kmb
— WIRED Science (@WIREDScience) February 13, 2018