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if you can judge a book
by its cover, and by that I mean
can Link figure out what a robot does
just by looking at it. – Okay.
– If he gets at least
three right, he gets to pick his favorite
robot from earlier, whichever one you want
you can take it home. – Okay.
– If not,
I get to pick my favorite. Ooh! The robot judging begins
in T-minus right now! ( mimicking beeping ) Link, say hello to Fabio. Hello, Fabi–
where is– – Is he here?
– It’s a picture. – Link:Oh, there it is.
– Rhett:What’s his deal?Is it A, he assisted customers
at a grocery store,but scared people when he gave
out too much sausage.B, he provided security
at a nursing homeuntil some romance novel
programming caused him–to use graphic language.
– Link:Naughty.Rhett:Or C,
he knows all the codesto get into the bathroom
at Chipotle.– Oh, man.
– All the codes. All the codes,
all the time. Well, he’s got
an iPad there. So that gives me
a sense of scale that this is a small robot. I also see in the background
that there’s some sort of– it looks like he’s in a grocery
store, it’s kinda blurred out. I’m gonna take
that as a hint that A, he’s giving away too
much sausage at a grocery mart. Yeah, our blur job
really didn’t– didn’t work too well. Gotta get a better blur job
next time. Bad blur job is better
than no blur job. You’re right,
the answer is A. Fabio is a shop bot prototype, who got fired after giving
people vague directions like telling them, “Alcohol is
in the alcohol section.” All true. And giving way too much
sausage to people. – Sausage away.
– Yes. – Giving it away?
– Yeah, yeah. Well, like most robots
he’s in the pocket
of big sausage. I get it. Okay.
Okay. Here’s another robot. What’s going on
with this guy? Link:He’s purdy.Rhett:A, this is Nannyscope.A security robot for
unsupervised childrenwho accidentally gave them
moldy snacks.B, this is Knightscope.A security robot
for a high-end mallwho accidentally ran
over a two-year-old child.– Link:Oh, my word.
– Rhett:Or C.This is Horoscope.A security robot
for the homewho accidentally allowed a
Scorpio to enter someone’s homewhile Mercury was
in retrograde.What’s the deal
with this robot, Link? Well, it looks
like a rocket, man. This is like Space X
for the home. That’s not an option, is it? It’s got a blue light on. I’m gonna go
with a security robot. You’re right, Link!
It’s B! – Ran over a two-year-old?
– The Knightscope security robot has made the news for, yes,
savagely mowing down a child who was ultimately fine, getting easily knocked over
by a raucous, drunk man, and most notably sacrificing
itself by diving head first into the mall water fountain. Here is the photo
of that sad incident. Link: ( laughs )
It looks like
the Apollo 13 landing. He flew too close
to the PacSun. Oh, Rhett,
your jokes make me happy. Here’s a robot– Hey, you’re two
for two, Link. Maybe you should go
into robotics. I wouldn’t fit. Rhett:Here’s a robot dubbed
MoRo. What does it do?A, it was built
to be a humanoid laboratoryand domestic assistant like
Igor, but in “The Jetsons.”B, it was built to inspect and
move around highly contagious,infectious diseases
like”The Hot Zone,”but in “The Jetsons.”Or C, it’s just a Shake Weight
that can use itself.It– yeah.
It’s an– It’s a Shake Weight
that’s not weighted equally. – Yeah.
– Man. Contagious diseases
or lab assistant. It’s kinda
the same thing, man. A and B. I’m gonna say A and B. You gotta have an answer. Fine, I will go with contagious,
infectious disease. Wrong!
It’s A. MoRo was developed
by a Chinese robotics company for education research
and “domestic assistance.” And is able to pick up bottled
water and tissue paper for you when you need to hydrate
after crying a lot because you’ve gotten
too wealthy and alienated yourself
from your family and the only person
to comfort you is
an unfinished slave robot. I hope to be that one day. Oh, really? Yeah, I will have known
that I made it. Well, and for $50 it’ll kill
your Roomba and make it
look like an accident. Question four.This glowing, 10 feet tall,black box of a robot
costs $16,000.Hold on.
That’s a wall. – Rhett:What does it do?
– Link:That’s not a robot.Rhett:A, it beats any
competitor in chess.B, it folds laundry.Or C, it beckons you ominously
to approachthen asks you, “Do these
glowing doors make me
look fat?”It does look like IKEA
bedroom cabinetry, closetry. – Mm-hmm.
– With like a– with like ground effects. Ground effects,
that’s right. How could it fold laundry? With what? It’s gotta be a chess bot. Chess bot? No, Link,
it does fold laundry. – Wow.
– It’s the Laundroid. It doesn’t wash
or dry your clothes, but it will fold them. You drop a pile in the bin,
and one by one, spending five minutes
on each piece of clothing the machine will eventually
fold them all up to 50 pieces of clothes. Does it put
in the right drawers? Because that’s the part
that kills me! No, you have
to open it back up and it’s got all of the stuff
nicely packed for you. I go in my kids’ room there and there’s just, like, towers
of folded clothes that– it’s like this goes
in places, kids! Yeah, well,
one word of caution if you leave any change
in your pocket when you put your pants
in the robot, it will use it to buy heroin
on the dark web. Whoa. That’s– I’m no longer being made happy
by your jokes. Look at this scary robot! –What makes it special?
– Link:Good gracious.Rhett:A, it can navigate
a space tundra and dig into
space dirt.B, it won The National Battle
Bots Championshipby fighting
with its spinning claws.Or C, it can make sweet love
to three tiny stairs.Oh, gosh. How did you make
that image pornographic? That’s just not right, man! Digs space dirt
on the space tundra. That’s my answer. – Really? You sure?
– Yeah.And it’s upside down
in that photo.You’re right, Link!
This is RASSOR, which stands for Regolith
Advanced Surface Systems
Operations Robot. – I knew that.
– It’s built to dig on Mars, collect dirt samples, but could also potentially mine
deep into Mars’ surface and may find much needed
water there. ‘Cause we need the water
from Mars. But the most important thing,
Link, you got three out of five. You’re a winner.
Pick your favorite robot. Bring that one in, because it
comes down to either, um, the doggy dog or– I mean, what Simone said
was her winner. This one is too utilitarian
for me. I wanna have some fun
with this dog, because I wanna see how much
it’s gonna drive Jade nuts. I’m gonna take this. I’ll take the arm
for myself. This is for me. Thanks for liking, commenting
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I’m Zen from Artern, Germany. And it’s time to spin
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