See How Japan Crash Tests Their Robots

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Not content to programming in the Three Rules, Japanese roboticists are now crash testing their creations using techniques learned from car tests. Take this video, for example: it shows a pair of legs being tested to see if they have enough strength to crush bone and sinew during the uprising.

In this video, a Subaru cleaning robot avoids a human – because the human was kind to it once, not because it is programmed to. The other humans it shredded.

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