Later this year, NASA's R2 will become the first humanoid robot resident of the International Space Station. The launch of the handsome android, which until now had not been firmly scheduled, has now been fast-tracked to happen this September.
Before the bot goes up, it has to be tested in conditions of vacuum, low gravity, high radiation, and trained sensitivity to the unusual practices on board the ISS.
NASA has released a new video showing off R2's impressive capabilities.
They took our jobs!
Very enjoyable to watch the development of technology .. But the future does not look very refreshing.
I think Daft Punk will have a new member soon.
@Animemaster 'THEY TOOK OUR JOBS!'
If anyone proposes a giant Gay sex pile to save our jobs from Gooback robots... I won't be joining it. Its cool if thats your thing, but i have to say its not for me.
How in the world did you get from job theft to gay sex pile?
I'm really curious as to how the thought process flows from one to the other.
It was in south park