Listen: Darpa, TED, Peter discussed on This Week In Google
"Alphabet owns shaft, here's the DARPA grand challenge. Eight tasks and walking all of this done by this robot. I guess though, the research, I mean, I hope it's not, you know, dead. I mean, I hope that it. Well, maybe I do I don't know. See this is I'm to say, I'm gonna say this is Ted. Yes. It is. Because every time you here's what he's that's creepy. It's a machine is a machine, and you there is a reason you want Peter robots because as in this environment, they're designed for humans designed for bipedal navigation. And so if a robots coming into rescue people they need to be able to operate in an environment designed for people like go upstairs and open tours and all of that stuff and fire weapon. Hey, knock it off disarm disarm weapon. The good news. Hey, here's I'll put a happy gloss on that one would hope that if it's a robot firing a weapon it's fire weapon at another robot. Okay can draw better circles than I can't punch to home the door. It's a terrible circle. It's not like it can turn wrenches. This is the DARPA grand challenge. So they designed these challenges for robots, and this is the shaft robot here it's getting a hose so that signed for a human, but it's able to. And connected. Can it make a nice mutton lettuce and tomato sandwich inevitably? If you could do the one you can do the other. So she was a robot. There was a story about a robot a company that got a lot of investment to make to have robots make pizza cut millions of dollars. I forgot that. Put the pizza was terrible. Doesn't matter robot made it. You know, what a human can make terrible pizza to string not not only the the realm of the robot.."