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Tomorrow Daily 140: Google's Atari AI, a futuristic doghouse for £20,000 and moreWe check out a robot that could be a precursor to dinosaur robots, an extravagant doghouse full of luxury amenities, and an AI build from Google that learns to play Atari games without knowing the rules.
On today's show, I'm gonna tell you how robot dinosaurs are coming. And I'm gonna tell you about a robot that's gonna beat you at video games pretty soon. And, I'm gonna tell you about a dog house that so cool, you're gonna kick your dog out an live in it yourself. And we're both gonna tell you you're watching Tomorrow Daily. Yeah. [MUSIC] Attitude, attitude. Greetings citizens of the internet welcome to Tomorrow Daily the best geek talk show in the known universe. I'm your house Ashley Esqueda, joining me as always filled with attitude today Khale Anonymous. I'm Khale Anonymous so what who cares. [LAUGH] You know, get over it. [LAUGH] Deal with it. Khail, you need, should have brought sunglasses you could Deal With It. Oh, no! That's okay. Yeah. [INAUDIBLE] It really let me down on yesterday's Photoshop. I'm just putting that out there. I didn't see any lasers. I didn't see any of large Jeff Goldblum's. I didn't see any of that in my feed. You guys blew it.>> Stephen. Especially you Roger, oh oh.>>Stephen. Our regular Photoshopper. I was just gonna pick a name. I was calling an actual someone out. An actual person. Okay guys we have some really fun stories so let's not waste any more time. Let's look at the headlines. So the EPSL, they've been working on. Project. We've seen a lot of robots that sort of mimic animals, right? So they've been working on robots that behave like animals for a while now and this particular project I think they've been working on for over a decade. So it's been 10 years in the making. This is kind of crazy. They've unveiled Pleurobot. So here comes Pleurobot, you can see in the video. Oh God. This is a salamander-esque robot, it looks very similar to a skeleton of a salamander crawling around. It can walk on land and swim on water. It has, this is my favorite, it has a help of a diving, it has a suit, a little diving suit that it goes into. [LAUGH] And then it can like, swim in the water, because it needs to be waterproof. So here's how they built this, and it's really impressive to watch move, because it looks really life like, right? Right? So, okay, they tracked 64 different points on a salamander skeleton using, x-ray. They filmed it under x-ray, so they were able to see exactly how the skeleton of this salamander moves. Wow. And they were able to sort of figure out how many joints the robot needed and which ones needed to be active based on all the different postures and gaits that the salamander showed off while it was moving. So they said that, this is so cool. They said that if they were to apply. Neural patterns to both the robot salamander or a real salamander. Like, neural patterns that you would apply to a real life salamander, it would do the same thing. That is this robot sat on your desk just how accurate it is. Way to go. Like it's pretty accurate. It would respond and move really similarly to the real thing which is awesome. So this is remote controlled, though? Yeah like they have like they have. I would imagine it's got some servos in it that let's it kinda walk itself. Yeah. And some sensors and stuff so this is my favorite part for you Kell. Okay. The next step is to use, they say, the PFL says the next step for this project is to use the same methods to bring robotic dinosaurs. Yeah! Life found a way. That's awesome. [LAUGH] I knew you were gonna be so excited. No, I'm really impressed that they were able to, like, actually take the exact same, you know, movements as a salamander Pretty cool. and co, and copy them. Pretty cool. And, like, that's just straight up their goal is dinosaurs. So, I'm gonna pull an Oprah right now and say. You get a rodo, robot dinosaur. You get. You get a robot dinosaur. Everybody gets a robot dinosaur. Okay. [LAUGH] Okay, now go with my opening [CROSSTALK]. Okay, that's cool. Pretty awesome. That's pretty great. [CROSSTALK] Can't, can't possibly go wrong I'm sure. I don't like that they put a mouth on it. Oh, it talks too. Oh, it talks? I mean it can play audio from the mouth. And the mouth like opens. What are the sensors in the front, by the way? I'm not 100% sure. Okay. I, they, the article that I was reading about it, was more focused on like how they built it. Okay. So, and it, but it [NOISE], really, so cool. And also, you know, robot. I saw robot dinosaurs. And I was like okay, well we've got to cover this. Mm-hm. So there you go. Khale's waiting. What, what are you name your robot dinosaur? Gizmo. Gizmo? Yeah. I like it. Yeah Gizmo but he's gonna kill, Kilzmo. Okay. Killzmo. There you go. All right good I like it. Kill, kill kilzmo. Can't possibly go wrong. I'll take delivery of my dino, of my robot raptor. My robo-velociraptor, any, any day now. Full sized. Full scale. I don't want one of those small ones that you can buy at the store already. I don't want that. All right, so moving onto another one of Khail's favorite things. Mm, indeed. So, over the, the geniuses over at the Google, at the Google Deep Mind, have introduced. An AI that plays video games. Yay! Alright now, stick with me, cause this is most, very cool, and very intimidating. Alright. Trust me. Okay. So this is a robot playing break out, which is one of 49 Atari games that this AI learned to play. Now, as you can see. It's doing pretty bad. Terrible. It's really bad. It's doing really awful. It's really bad at playing break out. Blowing it right now. However. The cool part about all this is that the AI learns. Okay? It doesn't, it's not taught the rules of the game. it learns. And it gets better and better just like the human brain.>> Okay. Yeah. [CROSSTALK] I see in the video saying like 100 training episodes. 200, this is 400 that we're seeing now.>> Right.>> And it is better. Is better. Correct. Right. So it's, it's, the thing that it's trained to do however, is remember and learn from previous rounds. So as you can see, it's doing multiple rounds. And it's gonna learn and get better and better attempting to improve its score. So that's how it's, it's basing its movements. Oh, if I do this, I get a better score. So, for instance, as you can see, it thinks of new ways to exploit the game as, like It found out how to. Yeah, you trap the ball on the top. That's a trick we all know but it figured it out. It took it like 600 times. But I figured it out. But I figured it out, and we'll But it took me 6,600 times to. I still haven't figured it out. [LAUGH] But this is a proof of concept. The goal. The goal There's always a goal. is to start a successful YouTube gaming general. Oh, okay great. Twitch. I, I just did it. Would you have Googled play switch? I'm just kidding. That's not the goal. Okay. The actual goal is that they want to show people it's possible to create an AI that can solve general problems. Just like learning. And general problem solving is probably hard. Right. And as, as you can see, like, I think because it wasn't taught the rules,. Is able to kind of think outside the box. As opposed to being specifically playing one game at a time, like here's the rules, here's how it works. If you find an exploit in a game, you're gonna use that exploit and you're not gonna follow the rules. So they're hoping it'll like learn things like if you wanna go on travel, you can just yell at the AI and be like. Oh, here are some prerequisites, like when I land, I wanna go eat here. Okay. Or I need to be here by this certain time, or I like to wake up at this time. And it'll be able to, like, work within those means to create travel. I like this. That's the only real example. I'm sure you could think of a million. Oh, yeah. But right now, so their, so their next thing after they've taught at all these Atari games- Oh, yes, what's next? Is that they're gonna teach it 90's games. Oh, good. So So. they're moving to the next decade. They're going to the next decade. Obviously there's more difficulty rather than just bouncing balls around. So there you go. If they can teach it to beat Contra, then I'll be impressed. And. And Ghosts and Goblins. Without the Konami code. Ghosts and Goblins as well. Ghosts and code well that's easy. Stop it. I can beat that game. Get out. All right well I gotta tell you about this dog house. Okay. Tell me about the dog house. Because you're gonna see this video you're gonna freak out. i just am warning you in advance. We've seen the Barbie Dream Mansion, Malibu Dream Mansion, whatever that is. Now you, you're dog can have a dream mansion too. This is very futuristic so here it is. This is the, this is the Samsung dream dog house. Samsung has put together this very futuristic, crazy dog house that first of all I just want really bad. 12 designers and fabricators worked on this thing for about six weeks. to make it real. There are lots of other things, as you can see. There is a dog treadmill. There is a hot tub. Mm-hm. You got little dog hot tub. In case you gotta get the jets going. Right. He can hit a button and feed himself some treats. Okay. The automatic feeder in there. Right. They've got some beautiful lighting. They have a Samsung Galaxy S tablet inside the dog house. Oh, good. Yeah. They have a designer interior. Look, they got a little. And you can see those pictures on the wall, you see they've got pictures of their dog friends, and family. They've got a dog friend family. There's the tablet right there so they can watch a little tele. They can call you, they can call you on Skype. Your dog Skypes with ya, whatever you want. Yeah, that is the Samsung Dog Dreamhouse. That is a real thing. It will be on display at Crufts. I know, eh, you're facepalming this so hard. It's, Crufts is one of the biggest dog shows in the world. Right. And it's gonna be, it'll be there so people can see it. Right. Which makes me laugh. Where's the, I didn't, I noticed that there wasn't like a place for them to, relieve themselves. Well It seems to me the main thing that dogs do in my experience. That's a really good point. I was thinking on the treadmill it has like that fake grass. Maybe they would just go there. And then run on the treadmill? See, I don't know. Some dogs like. No, well see yeah, you'd have to have what, no then you just go buy that little fake patch of grass that they walk on. Was there I, I mean. So, so, was there a goal for this? Was there like an aim? Luc. Cuz the goal is luxury for your dog. That's the goal. Sometimes candy doesn't have to have a point, Kale. That's why it's called candy. Oh. It's to it's to stimulate. To stimulate your dog. Luxury, You're putting your dog in the lap of luxury. Literally, like, luxurious. That dog has a nicer house than I do. Like that dog that we just saw. My dog would rather lay on a pile of dirty clothes. That's. I was gonna say my dog likes to roll around in like. Sticks and mud, so I, I can't imagine this will be think they would even wanna spend time in. Hey, Samsung, make a kale sized one of those. Yeah, make me a house that size would be good. And then it's something else. Do you wanna get [CROSSTALK]. But, also I need to be able to. Go to the bathroom on myself. Do you, do you want to guess how much it is? Okay. Wait, wait, this is good. Guess at home. Guess at, guess at home how much Get, get your guesses out, ready Cause it, it had a treadmill. It had a spa. It had a self feeding thing. It had a tablet. Tablet It was built in. It had a door. Lots of stuff. Custom built. It had pictures on the side. I'm gonna say $3000. 3000, okay. I'm gonna I'm gonna translate this to US Dollars, because- Okay, guess at home, guess at home. Because, okay, so you might be guessing a little low. Oh, no! You might be guessing a little low. A little low. Okay. I'm just saying. Okay. 20,000 British pounds which is That's like 40,000, that's like $38,000. It's a lot. I am calculating right now let's say done. Go. British pound to US Dollar, that would be $30,000 US Dollars. 30 grand. 30,400 as of today. It's more than a Mini Cooper. Like a Mini Cooper is like. You can buy, you can buy your own car. Like $18,000 here. You could literally buy one of those old VW bu, busses and like that make that your house. [LAUGH] You could buy a boat, you could buy a house boat for less than $30,000. There's so many things we talk about on this show that you could be spending you money on. And then. $30,000 for the doghouse of your dreams. You can buy a robot dog. You could literally, You could build a robot dog from scratch. Yeah, you could. You could actually just pay a Where do you think most of the money went? The designing. More like, what do you think is the most expensive part of that? No, I think, well, I think that custom fabrication is, like, the big thing, where it's like, and the luxury, and, and the hot tub. I think the hot tub's pretty pricey. I mean, look at you in a hot tub, they're expensive. I will straight up, if you come to me and you give me twenty thousand. Thousand dollars, which is ten thousand dollars less. Ten thousand less. Which is two thirds the price. Less. I will build you something way cooler. And it'll have a place for your dog to pee. Yes. It'll have a hole. That's right. It'll have a hole in the ground. I can't promise that. Yeah, yeah, so maybe if you. [CROSSTALK] Maybe if you buy this, charge your dog rent. So that's [INAUDIBLE] until they pay it off. Maybe that's a thing. Like, we get them a dog, a, a dog model job. Can you, like, do that? And get into the dog model so it pays for itself, like the house pays for itself. So, if you're like Jay Z or something like that, it would make sense. Sure, yeah, if you're, if you're Blue Ivy, you get a little dog, Blue Ivy and you're like I want a dog and then Beyonce's like, it's got to be fabulous, and flawless, and so she buys you a flawless. Dog, and then it's gotta have a flawless house, so. All right. That's how it works. But they are selling them, is what you're trying to say? They're not selling them yet, but it'll be, maybe, we'll see. If there's enough interest at this dog show, they might actually sell them. I don't know. Where's, when's the dog show? Cruft's is in the U.K. I like that it's, Cruft's. Cruft's., that's like [CROSSTALK]. Oh, I thought it was like ruff. Now hashtag, hashtag of the day though, t d penthouse. And I wanna know, pick an animal and design it a dream, a dream house. So pick your, your dino, your robot, your robot dinosaur, what kind of house would it have? Okay, my robot dinosaur. First of all it would have the Jurassic Park gate. [UNKNOWN] [UNKNOWN] Go [UNKNOWN] Jurassic Park [UNKNOWN] Good. So it would open up. Okay. And it would say welcome to Jurassic Park. Okay. And then, you get inside and it would be, it would be, actually it would be Game of Thrones, so. Okay. So like he'd have like a little throne that he could sit on. I like it. Yeah. All Right. And then, yeah, and then, but it would be deadly to get to the throne. Oh, booby trapped. It would be like. Indiana Jones. I get it. But so it's only for my, my dinosaur. Got it. So there you go. I like it. It, it's just a bunch of Spielberg movies. [LAUGH] [INAUDIBLE] Just mash a bunch of Spielberg. Spielberg red dinosaur dream house. So what about yours? I think I would do mine for. I feel like I'd pick a, pick like a. I think I'd pick like a pet bat. I've always wanted a pet bat. Okay. That's cool They're really cute. You better go where I think you're going with this. What do you mean? I would, I would like to do it like a portal house. Oh, that's pretty cool, yeah. Like where they can fly through it. Like, listen, if money is no object, I'm sure I can figure out portal guns. So you just have them fly through spaces into other parts of the house like and [CROSSTALK]. Okay so we can even make crap up then? Yeah. It's that the point of the hashtag day? Fine. In mine he gets a rocket pack. You have to, you have a robot dinosaur. [LAUGH] And, and, and he gets the, well the robot dinosaur, we just saw that. Okay. Fair. We just saw a robot dinosaur. All right, alright, fair enough. Okay, good. Did we do the portal gun on this show yet? Not yet, no. I mean, we'll probably do it in, like, two months. Actually, I think- When Apple releases the Apple Portal Gun. I know, right, the Apple Portal Gun. With NFC. [LAUGH] with NFC. [UNKNOWN] Scanning. This has been a fun segment. This has been delightful. I'm glad we could be a part of this. Kitty pet house. Kitty pet house, what would your pet house be. Send us your ideas. And then what would the pet be? They get to pick the pet? Yeah, pick a pet. Okay Pick its house, tell us what the most wild feature in the house would be. No- What's the craziest feature? No pet tales though. Yeah, no pet Khails, no pet Ashleys. [LAUGH] Pet Khail. [INAUDIBLE] Robot Khail, robot Khail, okay. Okay, robo, robo Khail, yeah, I like that. Robot Ashley, fine. Totally good. On that note, we're gonna take a quick break. It's Thursday, so we have a round of Into It, we have user feedback, and our phonetography of the day. Don't click away, it's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show. The robot is watching you. Yeh. The robot is always watching. [INAUDIBLE] Hey. It's Thursday. Yep. Which we do every Thursday, we like to talk about things we're kind of a little bit obsessed with this week. So, it's time for into it. All right, you go first. This week as always. Actually gonna just like crack me in the face with it. I remember you like bring your hand up so high. It was like whap. Knocked out. Pretend, pretend I didn't even do it. You just [INAUDIBLE] on the floor like. Help. Anyways so this week as in all weeks I am always obsessed about some video game. And sometimes I like to go back and play an old one, especially because I'm a PC gamer because there's mods. Yeah. Mods make everything fun. Mods, mods are great for, that's why I like being a PC gamer. So I decided to get into the Left 4 Dead 2 mods on the bro, on the steam stores. So they have, they have the workshop. Look. And so. One of the ones I'd been wanting to play for a really long time is the Disneyland mod. It's Disneyland. That lets you play Left for Dead, killing zombies as you go through Disneyland. This is the greatest mod. And it's really well done. It's really, it's like, a, it's like, a b, they took a blue print and made it. That is a really. Really good replica increadibly>> [UNKNOWN] accurate and there is a whole back story, a because there was like apparently that that was a safe, it was supposed to be a safe ground for the [UNKNOWN] infeccted>> oh yeah okay>> and so you were supposed to be able to get like injections there but it ended up getting infected. But anyway it it's a blast and is super easy to download. And this is just one of many mods that I've that I've installed. I had one where. My whole team. The four survivors were from Futurama. I had one where I was Hitsumi, whatever that Japanese pop star. Harley Quinn. You can change the guns. I had a chainsaw that was from lollipop chainsaw, but it made the sound that Homer makes when he does a chainsaw. He goes,. Hey Marge, you wanna see my new chains on [UNKNOWN]. [LAUGH] And he finally took it out. But it's really cool. It's it's a lot of fun. Wow. So, I guess if you're If, if you're I guess if you want to watch me. I'm gonna play it maybe Friday night. So, if you guys wanna stay. It has the stretching portraits I haven't even inside the haunted mansion! I haven't gotten that far, dammit! Okay. Cut away. Cut away. Okay. That is amazing. And if you're just listening at home, that is super detailed. Mm-hm. And you should definitely go look that up, 'cause it's, it's really impressive. Yeah, huge Disney fans. Huge zombie fans too. Yeah. Big time. Big time. Killing our big Disney fans. I also. So you actually brought a prop to use. I did. I brought a real life thing. So if you're listening, you're missing This, this is what I'm into. So here it is. This is the, Grand Budapest Hotel. It's a book. And it's a very large coffee table book. And it has pictures and interviews from the cast. I'm going to try to bring this. It's like really unwieldy. Yeah like story time. It's gigantic. But yeah. It's really cool and there's all kinds of great stuff in here that you can check it. They have like interviews with the costume people and script stuff. And pictures of all of the production and set design. And I mean, it's just really cool. Concept art. I just really love it. So that's I Cause they used a lot of models. This thing won a ton of Oscars for It won a bunch of Oscars. costuming and set design. So. It's such a cute. It's such a great movie. Like, it's a really whimsical, just charming movie. If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend it. It's, it was one of my favorites of last least. Mm. Might even have been my game, my movie of the year last year. If I ran the Oscars, maybe I would have given it to that. But I like, I really like movies like that. Khail's just like you are- I would have given it to Lego Movie. Well, yeah. It's just screwing everybody. Cheerful, it's the same type of thing. I get, I get it. I get it. But yeah, so that's why [INAUDIBLE] really like it. It, it's super cool. I think it was like 20 or 25 bucks on Amazon. It's hard cover, it's I mean, it smells amazing. I love the smell of a new book. So it's, smells so good. But yeah, that's that's what I'm into this week. I, I'm really enjoying it, and I told Kale, I'm like taking my time with it. I don't wanna like, rush through it and like, eat it all up, and then, and then be done with it, and be like, oh, okay, my coffee book table's all over. So I'm kinda like going through it a couple pages at a time. Cuz then you gotta throw it away after you. Well yeah, I'm just gonna obviously burn it. You burn your books after you're done with them, right? Yeah. Just light them up. Yeah. Yeah, of course, as one does. No, no- And then you get in a tent, then you burn it, then you breath it all in. And that's how you get all the words. Yeah, get the words. Get all the content in. That's super good. Yeah, you take the book's power. This has been the best episode. No! No ti, it'll be a really nice coffee table book once I'm done but I, I, like I'm trying to pace myself and enjoy it cuz sometimes I will read through books really, really fast and then I feel like maybe I didn't enjoy it as much- Especially since it's a picture book, yeah. Right, yeah, exactly. So. So yeah that's what I'm gonna do. But now its time Wait how bout you didn't say how much it was I said it was like 20 or 25 bucks. Okay It's over on Amazon. I got it on Amazon. Okay it now time for what your into which is your user feedback. . [MUSIC] Yesterday we asked you guys to use the hashtag TD school to tell us what class you'd want to take and who you'd want to teach it after we told you all about the free Stanley Comic Book Class which I have registered for now, officially. Like I have. Crap, I forgot to do that. Yeah, you've got to do it. When is the deadline? It's, the class doesn't start until like May 5th, so it's, you're good. You've got time. So, and I think because it's on the internet there's no maximum [CROSSTALK] many people. Tony wrote in to us and said I would like to learn a martial arts taught by Bruce, Bruce Lee. Oh man, that would be the hardest class in the world! It would be. He's so, he's so like- And if you mess up he'll just do the, the punch right there like- Yeah, that launches you [CROSSTALK] across the room. He never ate and he worked out every waking moment. He was hardcore. That's not a class, that's a lifestyle. That's like a hundred times more intense than Cross Fit. And then at the end of the course, your test is that you have to try and be in crow. Yeah. Was it the crow? And then you.>> No, it wasn't the crow. No. How did he [INAUDIBLE]. Oh! Sorry. That was- No but, okay, fine. I get it, yeah. You have to be in the crow. And you have to turn on to [LAUGH] You have to turn on to die. Steven wrote in and said A Theoretical and Practical History of Modern Drumming taught by a younger Ginger Baker. I dig it. I dig it. I like it. I'm pretty sure Logan would probably love that one. Pro, producer Logan is cheering for you right now. Yeah. I'm pretty sure Logan is going, yeah. Jesus wrote in and said the fundamental structure of spacetime: a course taught jointly by Stephen Hawking, Emmett Brown and The Doctor. Oh, that's fantastic. I like that. That's pretty good. Yeah. I like that you picked more than one teacher. Neil wrote into us and said, I want to learn to be an absolutely terrible person, taught by Joffrey Baratheon. [LAUGH] Little ish, cuz we can't swear on the show and then #TDSchooled. Wow he would, that would not be a fun class actually. No. Like you. Well but what if you were like teacher's pet, where you're so horrible that he's like, Oh, your great. Like your my favorite student. It's almost like. That would almost be like learning the dark side from Darth Vader. There'd only. Might be one student at a time. Speaking of which, Robert wrote into us and said a couple of things. He said I would like to have a class taught by the legendary Harry Houdini as well as other famous magicians past and present. And I'd like to learn about the birth of magic... close-up, escape, mentalism. My fictional class would be taught by Luke Skywalker on using The Force. I would like to take a class with Star Wars engineers and inventors in building light sabers, blasters, speeder bikes. T16s, tie fighters, and X-wings, et cetera. The final exam would be a dogfight and a laser tag battle using paintballs. [COUGH] [CROSSTALK] Robert, I gotta tell you, you had this whole, wonderful world built up of, like, I'm gonna learn how to make a tie fighter, I'm gonna learn how to do all that stuff and then we're gonna have a paintball fight at the end. No, if you have all that stuff available to you,- I noticed that, too. You get out there and you use those tie fighters. You can have a real life tie fighter dogfight. I didn't see any light saber battle. Involved in there either- Yeah, real life light saber battle, you do it. So we're on board. I like it. Yeah. I like where you're at. I like where your head's at. That's what I'm saying. All right guys, it's time for our very last piece of user feedback which is as always our phonetographer of the day. [MUSIC] [LAUGH] I was just saying, thinking we're out of control today, and I, I really like it. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Andy wrote into us, and I thought this was a very interesting email. Andy wrote in, and he said, Ashley and Kale, Hi, I love your show. I have it auto downloaded to my tv Romeo, and I usually watch it on my 50 inch plasma tv. What, come back to us. While walking on treadmill, haven't missed one yet. Come back to us. Look at Khail's super excited. Producer Logan come back. Wow, look at all the, look at all the inches. Look at all the space. Look at that, that's 50 inches. It's amazing, wow. This is pretty crazy. Oh, wait we, you go ahead and do your thing- We're, okay, we're gonna walk with you. Okay, there you go and do the thing. He says, I am going for picture taking with the cheapest smartphone. The phone is a ZTE Valet Android Tracfone currently selling for $20. The balloons, those are balloons by the way, I don't know if you noticed that, they're balloons are from a five story high balloon exhibit on the Sibley's building on Main Street in Rochester, New York. I know the picture quality isn't great but a $20 phone with a 3 megapixel camera, not bad.>>It's not bad.>>Pretty good. And I love this picture of like all these,they're like basically balloon sea, it's a sea creature. Diorama, but it's like life sized too, by the way. [CROSSTALK] yeah. These are huge. Like, I saw the, he had like a, like a bunch of pictures and one fo them showed kind of the scale of this and like those little statues are like per, people sized. They're. Humongous. God. So. Humans are too talented. They are. And I got too tired of walking them. Sorry. You're still probably doing a great job though Andy. Yeah. So just a, a couple more minutes. Couple more minutes. You're, you're almost there. Yeah. If you want to send in your phonetography to be considered to be featured on the show, you can email us tomorrow at CNet.com. You can send us story ideas. You can send us. Tips you can send us. I don't know corrections omissions. Did we miss something? Yeah. Is hair tips. I mean whatever you want, it's fine. Send that over to us firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wanna find us on social media you can do that too. We're tomorrowdaily on Snap Chat, Tumblr. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and all the things in between. Just look for us online if you find us. And YouTube. You can also watch us on YouTube. True. Somebody addressed in the YouTube comments me addressing the YouTube comments. By the way this is... This is super meta right now. Layers deep. This is like inception. But yes. I, I do read the YouTube comments. He does. From time to time. It's actually most of the time. So don't forget to leave a comment. Don't forget to like, don't forget to favorite, don't forget to subscribe. And. All the stuff you do on YouTube, you know, when you like something. And then also, if you're listening to the iTunes podcast, that's awesome. Thanks. I sometimes. Check on it to see if, you know, like burping. Yeah. And like make sure everything is okay. [CROSSTALK] Well you're see, you're listening. Your senses are heightened when you're just listening you're not watching us so we can't make as many mistakes. Yeah. When we're listening. You also don't know what we look like, which is awesome. I have green. Skin. I am dead. So there you go. Don't forget to follow us on our Twitter accounts as well. @khailanonymous @Ashleyesqueda And that's it for this show. We will not be here on Monday. Whoo. Oh. I know. I'll, I will be in San Francisco for the Apple event. I will be going a live stream. You can go over to CNET.com and check that out very early on Monday. I. Believe it is. It starts at. Our live stream starts at around 8:30 AM Pacific time. I can check that out, but we'll be back on Tuesday with a brand new show. With all kinds of weird weird [UNKNOWN] science, robot, space. Geek pop culture. Everything you can think. Think of. But until then be good humans and we'll see you next time. Bye. [MUSIC]