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Submission + - Google-Owned Boston Dynamics Taking Much Less Money From U.S. Military (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: Google's "don't be evil" mantra already seemed pretty dated last year December when it purchased Boston Dynamics, a company that designs actual robot soldiers. But since the takeover, Boston Dynamics income from military and government sources has dropped dramatically. It may be that Google as an international corporation can't be tied too closely to any single state or its military; it may also be possible that Google has other uses in mind for Boston Dynamics robots.
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Google-Owned Boston Dynamics Taking Much Less Money From U.S. Military

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