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This robot, named Sophia, is designed to look human. Someday scientists hope that robots like Sophia will be able to interact with humans with empathy as caretakers, helpers and friends. 

Which is too bad because the first thing on Sophia's mind is to "destroy all humans". 



But it's not her fault, she learned it from us.  She has cameras in her eyes that enable her to recognize and remember human faces. Everything she experiences just makes her smarter. When she comes for you and your family, don't blame her, if anything blame her creator Dr. David Hanson of Hanson Robotics

It seems like they specialize in creepy, lifelike robots. Listen to this Philip K. Dick  android they built back in 2011. Science has yet to determine if it dreams of electric sheep. 

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This little girl's name is Jordan and she's demonstrating the end result of a project that she got to design and 3-D print. She and other kids with upper limb differences worked with artists, designers and a prosthetist to come up with bionic "superhero" gear. 


via bornjustright

The kids also learned how to use 3-D design tools and a designer will be refining and rebuilding Jordan's design to be ready in May. 

video internets Jessica Lowndes Tricked Everyone Into Thinking She Was Engaged to Jon Lovitz to Promote a Music Video
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According to sources all over the internet, comedian Jon Lovitz got engaged to 27-year-old Jessica Lowndes over the Easter weekend. If you're not a fan of the TV show '90210', or moderately successful pop music then you might be asking... who? 

If you saw the story you might have Googled her to find out after the serious love affair went viral. So then apparently the act, and this bizarre, pop-up video style music video were all worth it: 



She's admitted the "early April Fools" joke on her Instagram so it looks like their "relationship" is over. Sorry, Jon Lovitz, time to go back to lurking in the shadows. 


via briansgifs

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The idea for a spoon you can eat originated in Hyderabad, India with the inventor, Narayana Peesapaty.  It's a pretty sturdy spoon with just a few ingredients that he hopes will be able to compete with disposable plastic spoons.  

Originally only available in India, it looks like this spoon might be coming to American markets. 


via @NarayanaPeesapa

If you're wondering how it can stand up to hot liquids and still biodegrade a few days later the answer is that the water does have some affect on it.  A dry spoon in an airtight container will stay good for up to two years but, according to the FAQ on the Bakey's website, if you leave it in liquid for over 10 minutes it will get soggy.

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Welp, if they haven't been ruined already, your favorite Disney movies are ruined. Say goodbye to your childhood memories. Now that this Vine account (coincidentally called Disney Ruined) has censored a few innocuous words in Disney movies you'll never be able to hear them the right way again.



Geez, Iago, tone it down, there are kids watching this movie.

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A security guard for Nicki Minaj is in trouble after pulling out his phone at a concert.  She was understandably upset that someone paid to protect her was paying more attention to his screen than his surrounding. 

Responses ranged from supportive to confrontational about her decision to toss the guard's phone to the floor.  


via @miguuelfloress1, @AzaleaThot@TheMarcelDutch

Right or wrong, he'll definitely think twice before texting on the job again. 

Via: Streamify
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It may not look like much on the surface but that's Hugh Jackman helping people stay above water during a dangerous rip tide.  The video description describes the scene: 

AUSTRALIAN actor Hugh Jackman was hoping for a leisurely swim at Sydney’s most famous beach but soon found himself in the middle of the action.

Nine News television crews captured footage of Jackman and several other swimmers struggling in a rip at Bondi Beach on Saturday afternoon. Jackman, in a black rashie, is seen helping pull a man to safety before gesturing for other swimmers to move clear of the dangerous currents.Hugh Jackman played a real-life action hero Saturday, reportedly rescuing his son and other swimmers from dangerous surf at Bondi Beach. 

In this dramatic footage obtained by Nine News, the rashie-clad Jackman is seen pulling a man by the arm, leading him and his companion away from a rip. He also helps a boy, reported to be his 15-year-old son Oscar, from dangerous surf.
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