When you think of dancing robots usually you think of it as something that is out of reach for now, but this is not the case anymore! Boston Dynamics, a company known for creating advanced robotics technology, has made their robots dance not long ago.
This is the first time that I have ever seen dancing robots and to be honest it looks pretty awesome. They are amazing to watch and to see this technology is developing right in front of you is fascinating. It’s truly unbelievable how far we have come with technology over the years and I can’t wait to see what the future holds for us in the advancement of robotics. So, do you think we’ll see dancing robots as part of our every day lives in the future? If so, when do you think this will happen?
The robot, named Atlas for example, can jump, run, backflip, and maneuver uneven terrain, feats that were impossible for robots just a few years ago. But today it seems that almost anything is achievable with robots thanks to the incredible advancements being made in the field. As we saw with all the dance moves in the video, today’s robots are able to take on complex tasks with ease and perform them with grace and elegance.
Who knows, maybe someday they’ll make a robot that can not only dance, but cook and clean too! However that’s something that will most likely be done by Tesla in a few years as they’ve already announced their plans to create humanoid robot that will be able to navigate the world, clean, cook, and do anything else what a human can do.
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet because there is still a long way to go before we get to that point. At first these robots will be used to perform boring and repetitive task at Tesla factories to make production process of cars and batteries more efficient.
Over time they will become more intelligent and advanced so they will be able to perform other tasks as well. Meanwhile, before robots start replacing dance teachers all over the world, we invite you to join your local dance studio and learn to dance with your own human teacher, something might be difficult to do in 10 years or so, you never know…
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