Watch Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Control a Giant Mech Robot
Add this one to the growing pile of evidence that the world is slowly transitioning into a sci-fi dystopia: a billionaire entrepreneur with a side-line building space rockets has been showing off piloting a 13-foot-tall robot. Amazon CEO and fifth richest person in the world Jeff Bezos got behind the wheel (well, dual joysticks) of the bot at the retailing giant’s annual robotics conference. He tweeted out the picture above earlier this morning, saying: “I just got to pilot an awesome (and huge) robot thanks to Hankook Mirae Technology.” Other conference attendees videoed the event, and Bezos can be seen waving around the robot’s arms and asking: “Why do I feel so much like Sigourney Weaver?” Reports that Bezos then told the crowd to... Continue reading…
A mysterious mech robot makes its debut for Amazon.
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