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Robots from universities and industry compete to replicate human tasks.
Now the owner of Boston Dynamics, Google rolls in to watch events at the DARPA Robotics Challenge.
An upcoming DARPA robot challenge is focused on developing robots to use tools, climb stairs, and drive cars.
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