IITAGNE: Boston’s Robotics Revolution
Boston’s Robotics Revolution - Learn about it!
Robots coupled with AI are already permeating our lives in a variety of ways: from consumer robots that clean our houses to industrial robots that make our cars; from robots that take care of our elderly to drones that fight our wars. Should we fear them? Probably not. But we need to better understand their impact on our work and future. Robots are invading our lives in a variety of ways: from consumer robots that clean our houses to industrial robots that make our cars; from robots that take care of our elderly to drones that fight our wars. Boston is the second fastest growing robotics technology cluster in the US. Join us for an afternoon of learning with leading experts. Our expert panel of robotics practitioners will educate you on the state of the technology and what the future holds. The MIT Cheetah
is an example of what will be discussed. Use promotional code IITAGNE for access to free tickets to the event.
Where: Cambridge Innovation Center, Havana Conf. room, 5th Floor, 1 Broadway, Cambridge MAWhen: Saturday, April 21st, 2018 1:45 PM – 5 PM
Tom Ryden, Executive Director, MassRobotics
Sangbae Kim, Director of the Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, MIT.
Shiraj Sen, Lead scientist, GE Global Research, GE Robotics
Krishna Srikrishna, Sr. Member of Technical Staff, iRobot
Vivek Badami, Consulting Engineer at General Electric (Moderator)
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