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Creepy Japanese basketball robot sinks free throws during halftime at Olympics

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During halftime of the USA-France men’s basketball game at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Toyota Engineering Society’s CUE 3 humanoid robot rolled out to midcourt and proceeded to start draining shots with the same ease at which it would also probably kill a human. And although the shooting is impressive, what I’m really interested in are those omnidirectional rollerblades. I can only assume those will be the footwear of choice when these things come for us in the night?

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