This robot is teaching college kids how to code robotics apps
Robots: they build your Teslas, assemble your iPhones, and now they teach your college kids. The Baxter Robot, created by Rethink Robotics, teaches undergraduate students at the University of California, Berkeley, the principles of using and coding for robots — the same kinds of robots that will be assembling automobiles, constructing phones, and performing all kinds of tasks in the next decade or two.
Spurred by +Halfdan Reschat's auto-awesome tinfoil hat, I requested people create their own #TinFoilHatSelfies. The response has been wonderfully tremendous, and I really appreciate everyone who has contributed, plussed, and commented.
Glad to share in the blame... but truly, I was just an unknowing muse. You and +Halfdan Reschat were tinfoil hat beasts with this one!!! So much fun! So glad to be in circles with... well... with EVERYONE!!!!! I'm having a Tiny TIm "Bless you everyone" moment here! ;-)
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Have them in circles
90% chance of obstreperous behaviour. Less server rumpus. More Skittles.