Big Dog, one of five robots that Forbes.com claims will change your life, is being built for the U.S. Department of Defense. If it works for the military, Big Dog would likely be adapted for civilian use, according to Marc Raibert of Boston Dynamics, who also worked with Sony in developing the Aibo entertainment robot.
Five Robots That Will Change Your Life
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