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We Heart Robots: ENCORE  The machines are coming!   Meet the prototypes of your future robot buddies and discover how you may come to love a hunk of hardware.  From telerobots that are your mechanical avatars …  to automated systems for the disabled … and...

We Heart Robots: ENCORE The machines are coming! Meet the prototypes of your future robot buddies and discover how you may come to love a hunk of hardware. From telerobots that are your mechanical avatars … to automated systems for the disabled … and...

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We Heart Robots: ENCORE The machines are coming! Meet the prototypes of your future robot buddies and discover how you may come to love a hunk of hardware. From telerobots that are your mechanical avatars … to automated systems for the disabled … and...

A partire dalBig Picture Science

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52 minuti
Pubblicato:
Mar 10, 2014
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Episodio podcast

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ENCORE The machines are coming! Meet the prototypes of your future robot buddies and discover how you may come to love a hunk of hardware. From telerobots that are your mechanical avatars … to automated systems for the disabled … and artificial hands that can diffuse bombs.
Plus, the ethics of advanced robotics: should life-or-death decisions be automated?
And, a biologist uses robo-fish to understand evolution.
Guests:

Illah Nourbakhsh – Professor of robotics, Carnegie Mellon University, author of Robot Futures. Check out his Robot Futures blog.
Marco Mascorro – Vice President of Hardware, 9th Sense Robotics, Mountain View, California
Curt Salisbury – Mechanical engineer, senior member, technical staff, Sandia National Laboratories
Joe Karnicky – Retired engineer, Menlo Park, California. Videos of his gadgetry can be found at the bottom of this page.
John Long – Professor of biology and cognitive science at Vassar College and the author of Darwin’s Devices: What Evolving Robots Can Teach Us About the History of Life and the Future of Technology

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First released January 21, 2013
Pubblicato:
Mar 10, 2014
Formato:
Episodio podcast