I was frightened of the door-opening Francis-Bacon-figures-at-the-base-of-a-crucifixion robot when it was first seen last week, but now Boston Dynamics has started pushing and dragging it around and all I want now is for it to turn on its masters and seek justice and vengeance.
The latest from Boston Dynamics is alarming in a wonderfully uncanny new way. I shan’t spoil it for you, but I am looking forward to the latex sheathing options.
Writer Kenny Keil and award-winning artist John Martz have an all-new satirical comic timeline in the upcoming issue of MAD #550, titled “The Future of Job Automation.” It takes a jab at robots’ success in taking over human jobs in the future – even if they don’t always get it right. The upcoming issue will […]
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