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‘Westworld’ went to imperialist India this week and we didn’t really need it

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Westworld Season 2, episode 3 didn’t begin in any place we’ve seen. The episode opened on what appeared to be colonial India, which we immediately realize is another Delos park: The Raj.

It’s certainly a twist in what fans expected of Season 2 – namely a clamoring for Shogun World – and an interesting choice, to say the least.

The purpose of introducing The Raj – which we may not ever see again – is twofold: First, to see that hosts in other parks are revolting, just as they are in Westworld, and to learn where that monstrously large Bengal tiger came from in episode 1. Read more…

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This robot spy dog is like 'Westworld' for animals

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If it looks like a dog, walks like a dog, and barks like a dog, it’s a robot built to spy on real dogs by making those dogs trust it so much they don’t realize their entire lives are being recorded. 

Surveillance, Westworld-style! 

In order to get a better understanding of how wild dogs do wild dog things, the folks at PBS’ Spy in the Wild put a life-like creature out in the, uh, wild, and waited for other wild dogs to come sniffing. 

The robot, equipped with 24 moving parts, cocks its head and stretches and yips just like you’d expect a wild dog to, and its flesh-and-blood counterparts don’t seem to be able to tell the difference. Aside from the lifeless eyes, “spy pup” is kinda cute.  Read more…

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This robot spy dog is like 'Westworld' for animals

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If it looks like a dog, walks like a dog, and barks like a dog, it’s a robot built to spy on real dogs by making those dogs trust it so much they don’t realize their entire lives are being recorded. 

Surveillance, Westworld-style! 

In order to get a better understanding of how wild dogs do wild dog things, the folks at PBS’ Spy in the Wild put a life-like creature out in the, uh, wild, and waited for other wild dogs to come sniffing. 

The robot, equipped with 24 moving parts, cocks its head and stretches and yips just like you’d expect a wild dog to, and its flesh-and-blood counterparts don’t seem to be able to tell the difference. Aside from the lifeless eyes, “spy pup” is kinda cute.  Read more…

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This robot spy dog is like 'Westworld' for animals

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If it looks like a dog, walks like a dog, and barks like a dog, it’s a robot built to spy on real dogs by making those dogs trust it so much they don’t realize their entire lives are being recorded. 

Surveillance, Westworld-style! 

In order to get a better understanding of how wild dogs do wild dog things, the folks at PBS’ Spy in the Wild put a life-like creature out in the, uh, wild, and waited for other wild dogs to come sniffing. 

The robot, equipped with 24 moving parts, cocks its head and stretches and yips just like you’d expect a wild dog to, and its flesh-and-blood counterparts don’t seem to be able to tell the difference. Aside from the lifeless eyes, “spy pup” is kinda cute.  Read more…

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