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Watch The Boston Dynamics Robot Dog Fight Back Against A Human

One week ago, the world watched mesmerized as Boston Dynamics' robotic dog, Spot Mini, showed off its brand new skill: entering a room after opening a door on its own by using a claw attached to its head. The video prompted an avalanche of dystopian humor. Now, for its latest trick, the Boston Dynamics’ door-opening robot dog can also fight off humans to fulfill its simple door opening prerogative.
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