After The Battle of Queens, They Simply Called It "Limpy"...

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When the horrid robot armies come for your rag-tag band of survivors, you'll only need to destroy their mode of locamotion, right? I mean, you just get Kyle Reese in there with a well placed pipebomb, and he'll, heroically, blast one of the bastard's motional limbs off and another one bites the dust, yeah?

Well, maybe not. In this particularly spine-tingling example remitted to us by our Astoria Queens correspondent, Stacktion, we can see that the evil robot acolytes are leaving no digital stone unturned to make sure that your every avenue of escape will be adroitly removed from the playbook. No need even to "fix-a-flat", your local Evil Robot sentry will be able to handily re-compensate and continue its spirit-crushing pursuit of you and yours. Nice try though Kyle, nice try...





"Robots will eventually provide tremendous benefits to society, especially if they can complete tasks too dangerous for humans to perform," [ ERN - Ha! Like the wholesale dispatch of said humans you mean!? ] study author Jeff Clune of the University of Wyoming told The Post. Many roboticists hope their creations will end up digging for survivors in treacherous rubble and fighting deadly fires in man's stead. "But robots won’t be effective in those situations if they can’t adapt and continue on after being damaged," Clune said."


Full Story @ Wash Post