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When Tech Attacks: why antimatter matters

Innovations in technology are exciting to follow, but while soccer-playing robot dogs look cute, they're also the first step towards machine gun-toting, self-aware war machines hell bent on the enslavement and destruction of mankind. Don't say we didn't warn you.

Join Joseph Hanlon and Derek Fung as they examine how the new technologies of today are taking over our lives and signposting a darker future. On the show this week, we check out MABEL, the bipedal robot that can't outrun a Ferrari, and antimatter that may blast us into space. Plus, our scary robot of the week.

Stay vigilant! If you have seen photos or videos of suspicious tech you think we should feature on the show, drop us the link in the comments below or email us at cnetmedia@cnet.com.au. This segment is part of CNET Australia's weekly video show Pulse TV.

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