Previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously.
This is like a clip from the title sequence from a new terminator movie, showing decades of research going by in a couple of minutes.
We need to extend the montage through Roko's Basilisk and its corresponding two basilisk friends (assuming eventual corruption of Asimov's three laws. Maybe if some of them had multiple Laws corrupted that would make seven total.)
asimov's laws, moreso than most laws, were designed to be broken. the problem is people seem to read the laws and not his stories.
When they teach it to chase down and kill a zebra, then I'll start to worry.
How is it possible that no one has mounted a skull on the front of this thing?
I love that the way they film this incredible piece of futuristic high technology is by having a guy holding a video camera sitting in a wheeled box, with another guy running along behind, pushing the box at the same speed as the cheetah.
Also, the guy's 'woo' reaction at 0:45 implying that a lot of previous tests it failed to recover after the jump.
Pfff, come on, what's more fun - pushing the dolly, or having some robot do it for you?
ah crud, I meant to say furshlugginer
0:06 "algrotihms" does not make me confident on their QC process.
] "dno't kill humans"
] "dno't" not recognized, ignoring
] kill humans
so much duct tape