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Mini quadruped robot may bound its way into your heart

Although people are fascinated by quadruped robots such as those made by Boston Dynamics, it's unlikely that they'll ever be able to afford such complex machines themselves. Scale things down a bit, though, and four-legged-robot-ownership starts becoming more of a possibility. Such is the case with Philadelphia-based Ghost Robotics' Ghost Minitaur, which could be scuttling down a street near you someday soon.
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