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The future is here and the future is...parkour robots! Boston Dynamics has debuted their latest robot, Atlas, which can move around like a parkour athlete. It can jump almost 16 inches, can carry 24 pounds and is totally not secretly programmed to take over humanity while we sleep. 

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