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Submission + - Carnegie Mellon competitions to build slick robots (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: "With the goal of taking ideas for new robots off the drawing board and moving them into real-life situations, Carnegie Mellon University will host a series of competitions aimed at bringing new robotic technologies for manufacturing, healthcare and national security applications. Carnegie calls the competitions “RoboBowls” and says they will feature next-generation robotics challenges “intended to find and foster start-up and early-stage companies seeking to develop ‘big idea’ products and services,,,"
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Carnegie Mellon competitions to build slick robots

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