This predicament was foreshadowed in a way by a promotional video for the LightSail project posted in early 2015. In the clip, Nye -- who is CEO of the nonprofit space advocacy group -- joked with engineer Barbara Plante that "there's nobody in outer space to push that reset button." Little did Nye know that they would actually need someone to press that button during the LightSail's test mission.
Once again Nye is better at jokes than science, even if it's unintentional.
Bears a strange resemblance to a unit in a sci-fi movie and the results may end up the same. Who is watching the development of this technology with a little bit of fear. Why would they develop a robot that can run, jump, see and hear unless they intend on using it. Does not look like it is designed to be "man's best friend"!
+Sean Vickers it's Canada, more specifically Québec. According to our laws he potentially crossed a line not yet drawn in the sand. Every province/territory has to update/revise laws related to their Highway, Traffic Act for what constitutes safe driving.