All tag results for 'robot'
Imagine having one of THESE things chasing you down!
It's much more palatable to imagine Usain Bolt chasing you down — plus you'd have a .5 mph better chance of getting away!
This thing is insane — and an absolutely huge can of nightmare fuel!
Watch (above) at your own risk!!
There really isn't much to say about this… except that we want reservations!
This new restaurant in Japan's red light district hopes to attract customers to an area that has seen a loss in people coming to eat, which isn't a simple task.
So how do they plan to do it?
Giant half-naked robots piloted by half-naked dancers — and to make them fight!
You gotta see it in action (above)! So ridic! Ha!
Al Roker revealed his true self during The Today Show last week and now he's trying to assure the public that it wasn't an electronic glitch in his robotic brain.
In an effort to explain the sudden appearance of RoboRoker during a 17-second staring contest with his viewers, the weather anchor said (above):
"I don't know, I just — you said the — I just kind of…I don't know. I just — it happens all the time."
Nice try, Al, but we're still on to you…
While trying to
We knew it. Al Roker is a robot!
Don't believe us? Check out his major malfunction during last Thursday's broadcast of The Today Show (above).
The television personality's personality turned off for an incredibly awkward 17 seconds during which he simply stared into the camera without moving or blinking.
Maybe he was challenging America to the greatest staring contest ever OR maybe he just revealed NBC's deepest, darkest secret — they don't hire anchors, they build them.
The best part is that Matt Lauer and the gang were busy bantering about being "awkward" seconds before RoboRoker's face turned off for an awkwardly long time.
Needless to say, this video is pretty great, but U know what would make it better? Laser beams coming out of Roker's eyes!
Get on it YouTubers! LOLz!
Not sure what you thought that title meant?
Well it's exactly what it sounds like.
One of those red, double decker London busses was doing push-ups!
How, you ask? Because it has two giant, buff robotic arms!
Better hope he's not a Decepticon or else we're all in trouble! LOLz!
Check out the video (above) for the world's strongest bus.
LOOK OUT, 2 PAC!
You've got some competition!
Named Ava, the Port Authority has unveiled a computerized, hologram-like image avatar in the international arrivals area in Terminal B.
She's supposed to answer passengers' most frequently-asked questions
and take over the world.
Weirdly enough, they're dropping $180,000 to place the high-tech help at Newark, Kennedy and LaGuardia airports — instead of just hiring a human and giving them that as a salary.
Is it just us, or are priorities mixed up?