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If scientists aren't spending their time creating strange, creepy robots then are they even real scientists? The Velox robot was developed by Pliant Energy Systems and it has just recently learned how to ice skate. No word yet if this is because competing in ice skating is the robot's true life-long goal or just one more step on the mechanical path to dominating its human masters.

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