The End of Manual Labor? Google Subsidiary Unveils Humanoid 'Atlas Robot'Chris Menahan
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Google subsidiary Boston Dynamics yesterday released an astonishing video of their new humanoid 'Atlas robot' which demonstrates remarkable human-like balance while walking through the snow and getting shoved by a hockey stick.
Insider.com CEO Jason Calacanis told CNBC the robot may signal "the end of manual labor."
"This is really the end of manual labor. When you watch this video, he's walking through the snow; he's wobbly, but he gets back up," the tech investor told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."