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Company: Boston Dynamics

Boston Dynamics is wholly owned subsidiary of Google, Inc. We began as a spin-off from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where National Academy of Engineering member Marc Raibert and his colleagues first developed robots that ran and maneuvered like animals. They founded the company in 1992, and their ground-breaking work continues to inspire much of our work.


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Boston Dynamics turned the spotlight to Atlas, the surprising humanoid robot that wowed the world, but this time, Google’s Atlas is better and more fit to face unpredictable terrains or attacks. (March 03, 2016)



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Marc Raibert loves building robots, and his beloved toys at Boston Dynamics could end up transforming how we live and work.
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Boston Dynamics demo clip shows we are not quite living in an i, Robot future – even if the machines can skate better than you can
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