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    Star Wars robots are more boring than drones: the offensive conclusion of a specialist from the flagship A&M university

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    Robots from “The Mandalorian” and “The Book of Boba Fett” are not bad, compared to the androids from “Star Wars”, but they will not be able to compete with the earthly ones – robotics conclusion

    Robotics expert says Star Wars androids are more boring than drones / Photo: unsplash.com, Collage: Today

    Star Wars androids look dated even on screen: Robin Murphy, a roboticist at Texas A&M University, threw such a stone at the producers of the popular media franchise.

    This university is a higher educational institution located in College Station in Texas, USA. And while American robotics are busy debriefing around cine androids, their Chinese counterparts have found water on Mars.

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    Robots from The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett look good, but they are outdated

    Although A&M University is the flagship university of the state university system, the seventh largest university in the United States, and also the largest in Texas. Thus, the expert believes that the images of robots in both films are quite creative.

    However, to compete with the robots that are produced and used in the real world today, space the androids from the movie can’t. Murphy also notes that robots in Star Wars films tend to fail, usually during disturbing scenes.

    This fact, she further notes, may explain why the empire collapsed. As one example, she asks, Why do stormtroopers miss their target so often? In the real world, robots, especially drones, are increasingly filling labor-intensive roles traditionally performed by humans.

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    Robots in Star Wars movies fail during disturbing scenes / Photo: filmpro

    Why drones so rarely appear in the Star Wars movies, noting that in the real world they have become an important part of the war effort, asks Robin Murphy. Perhaps the producers of the film will soon satisfy her interest.

    We also wrote earlier how the giant black hole of the Milky Way “feeds” on hydrogen – the first photo was taken from the very heart of the galaxy.

    Source: Segodnya

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