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Tomorrow Daily 117: Upgraded Atlas robot, an adorable robot press conference, and more
On today's show, the Darker Robotics Challenge just got a lot more interesting, and we'll explain why.
Harvard's gonna help you find aliens!
It's, Harvard is gonna help you find aliens.
And Japan threw the most adorable little press conference ever with robots.
It's Tomorrow Daily!
Greetings citizens of the Internet, welcome to Tomorrow Daily.
The best news talk-show in the known universe.
One of these days, one of us.
I'm ringing a bell.
Is going to punch the other on accident.
I'm ja, I can already see it happening.
It'll be great for the blooper reel.
[INAUDIBLE] Just knocked off for the rest of the episode.
It'll be great for the blooper reel.
We don't make bloopers here.
I'm your host, Ashley Esqueda, and joining me, as always, is Khail Anonymous.
How's it going?
You're just about to fly off to join everyone else at PAX South.
Flying away to the Alamo.
So if you're going to be at PAX South.
It's in the basement of the Alamo.
No, it's a Pee Wee joke.
Pee Wee goes to go get his bike at the basement of the Alamo and they all laugh at him?
Totally missed that one.
I was really excited about that one.
But PAX South is a huge like, gaming/nerd convention that you can check out.
And PAX South is new this year.
So it's, it's San Antonio.
Cause usually they do PAX East in Boston and PAX Prime in Seattle.
But you're not just going as a tourist you're going for your for your charity.
Yeah, yeah I'm a board member of Cake.
Are we allowed to talk about that?
Yeah, yeah we can.
I'm a board member of Cake this which is a charity dedicated to mental health awareness for gamers and people who write.
Game journalists all that stuff and we have this really cool thing at PAX.
Where do an AFK room so people who feel very overwhelmed.
Or maybe you just need some quiet time, can come to the AFK room, and like, relax, for a little bit.
And there are also mental health professionals on hand to talk to if you need to talk to somebody.
That's super cool.
I like it.
And you can go to takethis.org and that's our, that's our charity.
You can check it out.
It's, I'm really proud of it.
Yeah, it sounds.
Proud to be a part of it.
It sounds cool.
I'm glad, I'm glad you're involved with that.
All right, so.
I'm also glad, glad you're involved with the headlines.
That was really good.
Way to go, Logan.
Yeah, Logan was on it with that.
I think he was waiting for me to say it.
He's much more pro than we are.
He really is, he's on it.
okay, so there is a thing called the Darpa Robotics Challenge.
I don't know if you're familiar with it.
We actually need to go cause it's local.
It's gonna be in, I think, Pomona.
So it's a little bit inland, but.
Yeah, it's like 30 minutes away.
But it's, it's gonna be here.
And we can go.
Spectators can go for free.
So the, the Pentagon actually has seven teams like, competing in this robotics challenge.
Like, they have seven and they all use this robot called Atlas.
And so Atlas has been around for a while.
I remember that.
and this was like previously it's been like very tethered, it moved kind of slow, it had some issues.
Now this is the new Atlas, they've been, okay, they're showing a new Atlas because there's new rules, there's a bunch of new rules this year in the DRC which is no tethering, so it can't be attached to anything, it has to be able to get up and recover if it gets.
Without any interven, human intervention.
And it has to operate its, on its own during short communication blackout periods.
And the reason why is because the theme this year is Search and Rescue.
So they're like, if there's a communications breakdown, let's say you're in an earthquake zone and there's no cell service or any, you know, there's any, no communication at all, just electronic communication.
This is like before?
This is before.
So they this is Delta TV.
They just released this video about the new Atlas and the new Atlas is a,a meets all this criteria and has been rebuilt.
75 percent of it has been rebuilt and so, pretty much from the legs up, like they were saying from the knees up.
This robot has been rebuilt.
It's lighter now.
It's got farther range because it uses less energy.
It has more dexterity.
It's quieter, apparently the teens had to use hearing protection to be around the robot before and now they don't.
So they, they don't need [LAUGH]
That's a big hurdle to jump, thankfully.
That is a pretty big, that's a pretty big bonus there.
And so yeah, each team.
Each of these seven teams have to use Atlas, they'll, they'll start with Atlas and then they have to sort of differentiate it in their own way.
Pete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge.
Quickly, can you explain about the Pentagon is doing that?
Well so okay so DARPA and Box and Dynam, like Box and Dynamics is now owned by Google.
So but before, Box and Dynamics used to work very closely with DARPA and DARPA is sort of a government funded
So I would imagine this is sort of a way to get their robotics people into this.
Robotics challenge and to make them, you know-
Make search and rescue robots, things like that.
Like I, I don't think it-
No robot president.
Not, not yet.
I mean, well, who knows?
I mean we always say like, whatever we think of or what's out there is usually like 50 years behind what like, most governments have available to them.
So, I don't know.
It could be that we have maybe Barack Obama is a hologram.
I don't know.
Hence, everything makes sense now.>>It all, it's all coming together.>>It's not, it's not (sic), his batteries are running out.>>Batteries are running out.>>Gotcha>>It's gonna be over soon.>>Um, but yeah, so that's what they're doing over at Darpa, and then I believe>>When does it end?
When is it, when can we hope to see>>I think the competition is in, is in spring or early summer.
So it's like May?
I wanna say it's May.
It's in a few months.
There's a few, they have a few months, but it's not like a year from now.
It's, it's soon.
They only have I think 134 days.
They have a count down on the website.
It's like 134 days to, to try out robotics.
All right, let's get started.
All right, so meanwhile that's happening.
Let's search for aliens.
You're going to be able to take a class to search for aliens.
I love it.
Presented by none other than Harvard.
So basically this is a free course that you can take online.
And it combines astronomy, chemistry, plantery studies and biology.
Oo I like that.
In a class called super earths and life by [UNKNOWN] [UNKNOWN] professor at Harvard.
Professor [UNKNOWN] [UNKNOWN].
So the goal.
Yeah, what's the point of this?
I mean, cuz here's the thing, I am certainly no scientist.
Or an astronomer of any kind.
I, you could have fooled me.
The goal here is to give facts that will help students learn more about alien life, how we look for it, and how it relates to our place in the universe.
Hm, that was bad.
So, it's gonna be, you're gonna help you on your searches for.
Super Earth, exo planets, and life elsewhere.
Oh, I did this.
I like that it-
It's free, you were saying.
It's, it's absolutely free on a site called EDX.
So the EDX Platform.
So if you're interested, you can go to EDX.
Oh, I've heard of EDX.
So this is a this is actually a platform where a whole bunch of like world.
Top universities offer free classes.
Like of the different set.
huh, yeah, I was getting to that.
You and and if you don't wanna take it, you can donate to them as little as five dollars.
I like that.
So, they can, they can decide whether or not to make this a normal course at Harvard.
also, so it starts February, it starts in February, February tenth.
Still, still time to register.
Yeah, you still have time.
Here's the, here's the thing, lasts for six weeks five hours a week.
So it's gonna, it's gonna take some time, but.
'Kay you gotta, you gotta dedicate a little time.
This is a brand new course, you know.
This is something that, you know, Harvard hasn't done before and it's, it's kinda interesting.
Well I really like that they're sort of like testing this out.
It's like, oh hey, let's.
Offer this as free, and then kinda see how, see how it goes.
See how everybody feels about it.
I, I took a, I went to eDX, it's the first time I've ever been there to that website.
It's really interesting.
A lot of different courses on a lot of things that you should just check it out and see if there's anything that interests you.
But, for free.
I'm a big fan of that, being able to learn for free.
Yeah, why not?
Yeah, why not, exactly.
Knowledge is power.
Pretty cool, knowledge is in fact power, that is absolutely true.
And power helps you punch people.
That's also true.
With your brain.
With your brain, punch people with.
So that's pretty cool.
The course, again, is called [UNKNOWN] Super Earth and Life.
If you end up signing up for it, please let us know.
We'd love to hear what comes of it, and what you learn.
That, that actually brings us to our hashtag of the day.
[INAUDIBLE] when you do that.
And we, I wanna know, and I think you guys are gonna come up with some really good stuff.
What kind of future class do, would you want to learn, if it was available right now?
Like, about the future?
Just, I mean, anything that's like sort of in our realm.
So like, would you wanna learn about robotics?
Would you wanna learn about how to, you know, what, what, how to.
You know, how to spot exoplanets, so this, this class is geared toward finding alien life.
Out in outer space.
I, I here's mine.
I would want to learn like in Ender's Game how do like battles in like zero gravity.
Do you remember in Ender's Game when they-
Oh, I like it.
They float around and they like shoot-
Yeah, like how to.
They have to learn how to move their bodies to like land on certain things.
Just incase the world starts.
Spinning you know how to fight.
Cuz there's no up and down.
So you have to like learn how just like how to exist.
What about you?
I think I would wanna know.
This is gonna sound really dorky but I, I think I would wanna know just you know, god.
I. I think I would wanna know how to create my own 3D printer.
Like I, I feel like I would want something, I would wanna learn the how of-
Like from scraps?
That's kinda cool.
Like how, how to use everyday household items to turn into like a 3D printer.
I like how you don't wanna learn how to use a 3D printer or like-
I'll figure that out.
But, like, I feel like,
I could really just, if I could just put some, like, oh yeah.
I've got this old, like, printer spool.
And you get this.
And you put it all together you make 3D printers.
DIY your own 3D printer.
Cuz I, I'm always impressed, I'm always impressed by people who do this on the internet.
And they're just like, oh yeah.
We threw a bunch of, like, weird stuff together.
We made this, like, random thing that can print.
Work my refrigerator in half.
Print plastic things.
So I'm fine with that.
What, what was the first thing you'd print?
I'd draw a food printer.
You'd print a print.
You would build a printer to print a printer.
To make food.
You are in an endless loop.
So you're inceptioning yourself right now.
I think so I think you're right.
It's so there's different layers of your printer.
And you could.
Listen I'm like exhibit.
You put a printer in your printer so you can print while you print.
If you print an Ashley and then it, it, it wants to print a printer then I'm, I'm done with this show.
I'm outta here.
I'd print, I'd print a tiny Kale.
I'd print a tiny.
I carry them in my pocket as a breath mint.
A little kale to be like, [INAUDIBLE].
That's exactly right.
So our last story today of the week, I guess, cuz it's Thursday-
I love this so much.
It makes me, like a little bit like, oh, sweet, this is adorable.
But it's also a little creepy, so be prepared.
This is from an Osaka based company called V-Stone.
They introduced a new pair of these two little robots here.
Little baby, little cute little adorable baby robots.
Or creepy, depending on your, you know, fears.
Or super creepy, murderous robots depending on your phobias.
They introduced these robots at the Mir-I-Kad tech museum in Tokyo, and here's the deal with these two robots.
So, they're talking to each other right now in the video but.
VStone introduced them to reporters by using another pair of larger androids.
Like humanoid android robot.
Robots introducing robots.
Robot ladies introducing these two robots.
Oh my god, here we go at the inception.
And these two robots had a conversation with the two bigger robots.
What can they say to each other?
What's the conversation consist of?
So they had a whole like bunch of weird like contextual conversations about different things, but the the point of this is that they were saying these would make nice little sort of virtual, or not virtual, robotic companions.
I think one of the things they mentioned was the possibility of like, one of these talking to the eld, like an elderly person in Japan who came home and they were alone.
Because there's a very aging population in Japan and there's, there's actually, this is like kind of an issue that Japan is facing is they're not having enough people have babies right now.
And so there's been a very big shift.
Into like, just aging population without a lot of replenishment on the low end with kids.
So they're saying that they have, they're gonna have this really big older population in Japan and sort of elderly population there thinking these robots may make good companions.
Might be helpful for reminders and, and different things like that.
Telling the weather.
Sort of companion, little companion bot for your, you know, coffee table or whatever.
Yeah, we should totally expect more of this from Japan.
They're definitely gonna beat us to the companion.
I totally love it.
I mean, they made Tamagotchi.
That is true.
That is true.
But they were called Sota and Commu.
They talked to each other, they talked to the bigger robots, which were like those full sized lady robots that you see.
Oh yeah, those terrifying nightmares, yeah.
They are terror, they are truly terrifying nightmares.
I saw that it was like hey, you have mail and all this stuff.
Any other actions that they describe that they do?
So they mentioned that the purpose of this.
Like this idea is to develop a fully autonomous, interactive robot, and so this is sort of the first stage of that.
And they, they were saying that we might see these two smaller robots come to market at some point for under $1000.
So Sota is powered by, which is the one on the right here, the little one that looks like, almost like a Mega Man.
Or Astro Boy.
I, yep, exactly.
It's power the Intel Edison chip, which is pretty cool.
And then they can talk to each other and converse.
And then CommU, the one that looks like a little baby, is more sophisticated and is powered by raspberry pie, and has a little more like, actuation in the thigh.
And things like that.
So you can add stuff-
Presumably to it?
Yeah, I'm assuming these will be like, maybe if they do go to consumer market, it would be like, oh, here's the basic one, and here's the one a little bit more-
The articulation's actually pretty impressive.
On those and the baby.
The baby, the baby one has like, I think 14 actua, like, they have like.
That in its eyes as opposed to I think it's eight in [UNKNOWN]
I want one of these.
Yeah I do too.
To be really honest with you.
I want one too.
I mean Amazon Echo is just like a tube that talks to you but it's like I want a little robot.
Like yeah give me some parts.
To veer off a little bit do you remember those little robots that we were given at the Geekies the little one that has moods?
They had moods and.
Something like that and I got like really addicted to like when I was like man, I'm so, can't believe that happened in the game and then I make him sad.
Yeah [CROSSTALK] and then he's like sadness.
And I'm like, see.
I'm your friend.
Cale's like I just need some friends, and I'm going to need them, I'm going to need them to come be a robot, slash meat friends are not happening.
Yeah, stupid meat friends.
We're going to take a quick break.
We're going to be right back with a round of Intuit because it's Thursday and we're excited about stuff.
And our phonetographer for the day so don't click away.
It's Tomorrow Daily.
Welcome back, welcome back to the show.
I like that you always have like a little, a little dance going.
Well we can only hear the bass.
I know we can only really hear the bass through the walls.
So Kale gets really into it.
I get into it.
That's my into it this week.
The bass and the wall, yeah.
Its Thursday which means we like to tell guys all the stuff we're super excited about.
So this is Into It.
So I saw this and it got published like, I don't know, like eight or nine months ago.
And I don't know how I missed it.
But I saw it recently in, like, Look two days ago and I was so excited because I love Sci-Fi films.
Old sci-fi, new sci-fi, it doesn't matter.
Middle, middle range, weird 50s B, B sci-fi, B movie sci-fi.
I love it all.
And this really awesome video went up.
And it is the history of sci-fi films in four minutes.
And it's like this really great compilation of all of these [INAUDIBLE].
We've got Metropolis.
So it goes, it goes in order, then?
They had Luis Buñuel there that we just saw.
yeah, kind of.
I think it goes in order by time.
And so it's, it's got so many great sci-fi moments, films.
Oh, man, this brings me back to my childhood in the 1930s.
In the 30s?
I know, when we were, you know, when we were just getting out of the flapper.
Flapper eras.>> Yeah.>> We're just trying to figure out ourselves.
Is it all movies or are they show TV, too?
Like release Twilight Zone over there.
Specifically Sy Fy films.
So there's a lot of really great stuff.
So it's like Cave Guy again and Indiana Jones and.
[UNKNOWN] and signs I, they, it's mostly Space Balls and Star Wars.>> Must be powerful.
And everything else.
So do they have like music?
Or what's the.
They they run through it like you can hear the audio and I want to say I like I [UNKNOWN] watched it two days ago so I can barely remember, because I my brain is [CROSSTALK].
[CROSSTALK] a little bit of either.
Sound effects, or music underneath it.
But you can hear.
.>>I just, I really love this, I think it's so great.
I love that I've seen every single one of these, it's exciting.
No, I'm watching it, and I'm like, okay, I feel really good about my Sci-Fi movie cred, because I've seen like pretty much all of them.
But now you have homework, if you're watching and don't recognize it.
No, that's the cool thing.
Like if you're not, if you love Sci-Fi films, and maybe.
see something in that compilation that which is how I felt, there was like maybe like three or four things I saw on there Im like gosh I don't know what that is and then I kind of like did some research and I'm like okay I have to see this and they were like movies from like the 30's so
oh well you know
but yeah I just, I really liked that I thought it was really cool that somebody kind of put that together
that's really cool how can, are you gonna put a link somewhere so people can see this
yeah it'll be in our show notes which is.
It's an article.
But we will also have,-
What's the title again, just in case?
It's a, sci, A century of sci-fi in four minutes.
And if you go to, a, If you go to our tumbler we have a direct link to the article that has all of our show notes.
I keep forgetting we have a Tumblr.>>Yeah, so, I always put the direct link to our, like, article instead of just the video, so that way people can see all the links to all the stories.>>Oh, okay, yeah.>>Yeah, so if you go to the Tumblr, which is just the easiest way to get that article page, otherwise you really have to dig through our river on CNET, which can be a lot because we publish a lot of stuff every day.
If you just go to tomorrowdaily.tumblr.com, you can click on the eh, the most recent one.
And you can look at the phonetographer for the day, too.
We always put up the phonetographer for the day.
Okay, cool, yeah.
You're famous on Tumblr, phonetographer.
You are famous on Tumblr.
Okay, so my Into It, I, I had a problem, I when I was, I was talking to Logan.
He was, like, what are you into?
And I was, like, I don't know, I just finished a bunch of stuff.
I just finished the Saints Row game.
I just finished Bio-Shock.
American Horror Story.
American Horror Story just got done, and it kind of, stuff just ended.
So this is what I'm about to get into which is CS Go.
Which is Counter-Strike Global Offensive.
Which is huge right now on Switch, and I never actually had this kind of time in my life.
I've never had a counter-strike.
I was going to say.
You've never had a counter-strike vendor?
I never did.
I was [CROSSTALK]
I was a world tournament girl.
I was a.
Splash damage games so like counter
Does it quake?
Wolftenstein, enemy territory.
I've played Quake, and like yeah, in high school.
Do you know?
But I did a bunch, and I did like, I did Gold Nine, I did Time Splitters, I did Halo, I did everything but I missed Counter Strike so I'm really looking forward to getting into it.
Apparently, like everybody's so good at this, because they've had it like baked into their like DNA so I'm very scared,
They are going to be very good.
they have these new crates that you can unlock.
I'm describing this and everyone's like yeah Cale we already know but they have these crates that you can unlock, so I'm ready to get addicted to that.
I'm ready to live stream this.
Logan says he's gonna jump on with with me.
So we're both gonna die hand in hand side by side.
Oh man side by side holding each other.
[LAUGH] Logan and Kale lose.
So that's what I'm about to get into.
We should all if, if a bunch of you are playing we should get like a whole Tomorrow Daily group.
Yeah you should follow Kale on Twitter and see what he has going on.
Oh yeah I tweeted that.
I'm sure he'll, he'll, he'll get he'll wrangle you all like cats.
You're not a you're not a.
See, that's Go Play, right?
That's not your, that's not your jam.
You have a lot of jams, but that's not it.
I have a lot of jams, but fun fact, I actually, I used to play Unreal Tournament professionally.
I was signed with a league.
Oh, my god.
A long, a long time ago.
Did you trash talk?
I imagine you were a trash talker.
I lost a lot, cuz it was a bunch of, it was against a bunch of dudes who literally spent, you know, 18 hours a day playing Unreal Tournament.
I did okay.
I wasn't very.
I wasn't great but I was good enough to get signed.
Which is cool.
Is there is there videos out somewhere?
I don't think so.
this is like pre YouTube era.
I've had a very weird, I've had a very weird life, you guys, that's, that's all I'll say about it.
well, from the, from the weird to the pretty awesome, it's time for user feedback.
This is the hollow lens one, right?
This is the hollow lens feedback.
We asked you guys to use the hashtag TV hollow lens.
Tell me what [UNKNOWN] you were, you guys came out in full force with this,
Yeah, this is a powerful one.
Twitter handles I've never seen before you guys were really excited about this.
Welcome to the club!
So, very first one though is from Josue, who says, unrelated to the holo lens but the only reason I made this twitter is to use your hashtag.
Keep up the good work.
Yes, welcome to Twitter.
You're gonna waste a lot of time.
Adam wrote to us and said: I would use Holo Lens to compare the virtual versions of new products to real objects that I already own.
That's a good one.
That's an incredible answer.
That's using your brain.
That's, yeah, that's incredibly savvy.
That's you, you don't need a Harvard class my friend.
Oh my god.
You are already a doctorate.
All right, all right.
Of the sciences.
Chris wrote to us and said pair it with Siri or Cortana and boom, one step closer to my very own Jarvis.
Throw a little hot-rod red in there.
Like that, like that.
He, yeah, he did the quo, he did the quote, that's good.
Little RDJ there.
Yeah, I, you know they're gonna do the voice interaction.
I'm sure they.
I don't think.
I don't think it's loaded into HoloLens, no.
But it's all over Windows 10.
Cortana is everywhere in Windows 10.
Rahul wrote to us and said, I see it being most useful for education.
How to videos will be redundant.
Imagine learning how to fly a spacecraft.
That again, using your brain there.
I love that because it's like, you're seeing it and doing it.
You don't have to just watch a video and then hope you get it right.
Do you remember that episode of Simpsons.
Maybe you do, maybe you don't.
And it was like.
And they, the school had got on budget, and so they were like, what do you want to spend it on?
And Lisa was like, we need to get like this virtual thing.
She puts it on, and it goes, hello Lisa, I'm Genghis Khan, come join me.
You'll, you'll kill who I kill, you'll eat who I eat.
And pillage the towns I pillage.
It will be like that.
That's exactly what you want.
Education is great.
See I love
Education, you can go back in time you can see like the Roman empire as it, as it used to exist.
Like, you can walk through Rome at, in like 2000 B.
I love all of this.
I love how nobody's like I'd go cow tipping, like they're all smart answers.
Well Barney wrote to us and said, seeing my virtual girlfriend walking around my house LOL.
[LAUGH] You know what?
You get points for honesty Barney.
You admitted she was virtual.
You get points for that.
I'll give some points for that, that's honesty points.
I'm, I'm not going to make a comment on this one.
Alright, MS wrote to us and said, I would really like to play first person shooter games like Bioshock: Infinite and Skyrim using the Hololens.
I can't imagine playing like Fallout though, or Doom, nope.
But you can
I would end up with severe psychological trauma
You can even play those with Occulus.
But I mean, you know what I was just thinking would be amazing, you know that app, Run Zombies Run.
Have you ever heard of this?
Yeah where they like play.
So well I'm saying like you basically yeah you put on your holo lens.
If it was lighter weight than what they have but you put on your holo lens and as you're running it's like you hear those the, the cues.
You have the cues to sprint and do things.
And then it, and then it also you can see like stuff running at you.
Yeah so the first time you start swinging and when you're running it.
You hit somebody oh boy that wouldn't be good.
But yeah that's crazy.
I love it I love that you went to fitness.
That's the weekend.
(sic) fitness, but yeah, so that's our user feedback, and then, we always have one more piece of user feedback, and that's our phonetographer of the day.
You know, Stuart wrote to us.>>Again?>>.
Well [CROSSTALK] I don't think he's every written to us before.
He said, I took this on my iPhone six as we were flying to L.A. from Fort Lauderdale.
The skies above Florida have never failed to provide amazing views.
That doesn't even look real.
[CROSSTALK] That doesn't even, doesn't even look real.
It looks computer generated.
That is a ridiculous.
Looks like there should be like a quote, an inspirational quote over.
Yeah like never you miss one hundred percent of the shots you don't take or.
Your lim, your limits are only as big as your fists.
Yeah, yeah whatever, well somebody make that.
Take this picture we'll put it up on.
We'll put it up on our Tumblr.
Just take this picture and put, make it an inspirational.
You [CROSSTALK] You can even be like
You can even be like Iggy Azalea or something like that.
Whatever you want.
Whatever you want.
I really liked what you said.
I think that, I think that really.
Your limits are only.
As big as your fist.
Yeah, that's true.
Your, your mind fist.
If you're going to Harvard your mind fist.
What's this guy's name?
So thank you.
I like the color, yeah Stuart.
Well played.>> My favorite viewer for sure.
A new favorite.
This so rarely happens.
Much love yeah.
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