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This video is a compilation of the best robots we've got so far. Nao and Asimo at the beginning are the best. The Boston Dynamics one looks like it could be a Terminator :) There's also a galloping robot, and a bionic kangaroo.

Contributed by Chuck Kao

Probably not anytime soon, but we might want to watch these little guys...

Contributed by Aaron Roberts

Check out this little robot!! He's no Tiger Woods, but he gets pretty close. =)

Contributed by Alyssa Green

By sea and air, check out Aquajelly and Airjelly both developed by German corporation Festo! They both move incredibly smooth!

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Tiny swarm robots and flying robots working together to accomplish tasks. In the future, this technology may be used in everyday life! The ground ones remind me of WALL-E.

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Elektro was the first humanoid robot ever built. Debuting in 1939, he could walk and talk with more than 700 words in his vocabulary. It doesn't seem like much now, but imagine how cutting edge it was then!

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Here is a model of Leonardo da Vinci's robot. Centuries later, NASA actually manufactured a version of this design.

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Research has shown 2/3 of Roomba vacuum owners have named their machine. Some people even clean up before turning it on.

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Diego-San can learn to express human emotion using face recognition technology. It's scary realistic!

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Carnegie Mellon University's snake robot that could be used to reach tough places and aid in rescue operations. If this thing was first on the scene to my rescue, I would be terrified!!

Contributed by Alyssa Green

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