Neoseeker : News : U. of Arizona student builds Ubuntu-Atom powered spider-bot
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CoarseDragon Feb 11, 10
Very cool. Robots of the future today.
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Supernouva Feb 11, 10
That's one talented guy. I wonder what he could do with it if he put in a more powerful processor.
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THM Feb 11, 10
Pretty interesting spider-bot!!!!
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Cheesysoapopra Feb 11, 10
quote Supernouva
That's one talented guy. I wonder what he could do with it if he put in a more powerful processor.

Absolutely nothing more than it already does. An intel atom is PLENTY powerful for a robot with those physical specifications.
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OmegaFury Feb 11, 10
Eww. I don't like robots that can learn. Eventually, they'll have rights, and the human race will never have slaves to do the dirty work! -which would make robots practically useless.
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Hellfire29 Feb 11, 10
quote OmegaFury
Eww. I don't like robots that can learn. Eventually, they'll have rights, and the human race will never have slaves to do the dirty work! -which would make robots practically useless.
Or they'll have a revolution.
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OmegaFury Feb 12, 10
quote Hellfire29
quote OmegaFury
Eww. I don't like robots that can learn. Eventually, they'll have rights, and the human race will never have slaves to do the dirty work! -which would make robots practically useless.
Or they'll have a revolution.
And that's something we can't allow. I say we start by dismantling that kids's 'learning' spider legs =P
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THE GECKO STATE Feb 12, 10
Does it come in a scorpion form...?
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