If you’ve spent any time around robotics at all in the past decade, you’ve probably been struck by the fact that the world of robotics is incredibly dynamic.
It’s all about the way that you interact with and build systems, and the way we interact with our own devices.
There’s a lot of innovation happening in robotics and AI, but the underlying ideas behind it are still very much the same.
In this talk, we’ll explore how we might build on the dynamism of robotics and build on that to create a new kind of robotics, one that is more intelligent than it seems.
If you’d like to attend, you can sign up here.
The talk will be presented by Professor David Kestenbaum, associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Tulane University and co-author of the upcoming book The Art of Building Robots: Designing Systems that are Smart, Free, and Agile.
The title is a reference to the old saying that you can build anything from a horse to a rocket.
It refers to the fact, however, that we build systems from the ground up to be able to achieve their desired capabilities.
So you can imagine that we have a lot to learn from robotics, but this is a great time to get involved.
There are a number of ways to participate in this event.
We’ll be giving away some of the slides, and some of you will be able the chance to try out some of our tools to learn about the future of robotics.
The main thing we want to highlight is the fact we can do a lot with robotics, from the very simplest robots to advanced ones, which means that we can have a huge impact on the future.
If that’s not exciting enough, you’ll also get a chance to see some of Tulane’s amazing research and learn from some of its students, who have a great deal of knowledge and expertise.
If we can give away the slides and get your feedback on them, that’s great too!
This talk will start on Thursday, February 16th, and run until Tuesday, February 19th.
This is an amazing opportunity to learn how to build the future and to get to know your colleagues.
If there are any questions you need help answering, you should reach out to our contact at the top right of the page.