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bet365 live score cricket,A few weeks back, Boston Dynamics' robots were in the news for something that we usually associate trained professionals with.
A video by the company showed their humanoid robot Atlas showing off some parkour and free running skills inside a room.
The video, which was released in August, showed Atlas leaping over obstacles and doing back-flips effortlessly.