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¡Primeras imágenes de Inés! En 2 meses estarás con nosotros! :)

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Muy buen análisis de las implicaciones sociales del Structure sensors
cc +Nicolas Burrus 

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Great idea with tons of potential applications in HRI!

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"The economy of the last century was primarily based on natural resources, industrial machines and manual labor. Many of these resources were zero-sum and controlled by companies. If someone else had an oil field, then you did not. There were only so many oil fields, and only so much wealth could be created from them.

Today’s economy is very different. It is based primarily on knowledge and ideas — resources that are renewable and available to everyone. Unlike oil fields, someone else knowing something doesn’t prevent you from knowing it, too. In fact, the more people who know something, the better educated and trained we all are, the more productive we become, and the better off everyone in our nation can be.

This can change everything. In a knowledge economy, the most important resources are the talented people we educate and attract to our country. A knowledge economy can scale further, create better jobs and provide a higher quality of living for everyone in our nation.”

Mark Zuckerberg in http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/mark-zuckerberg-immigrants-are-the-key-to-a-knowledge-economy/2013/04/10/aba05554-a20b-11e2-82bc-511538ae90a4_story.html

Vía: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ElBlogDeEnriqueDans/~3/IpKr_EIduZQ/story01.htm

¡Toca darlo todo en Japón este marzo!: "The 2013 Human-Robot Interaction Pioneers Workshop 2013 (HRI Pioneers 2013) Organizing Committee is delighted to inform you that your application has been accepted."

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"We are fast approaching a milestone in the eons-long relationship between human beings and their technology. Families once gathered around the radio like it was a warm fireplace. Then boom boxes leapt onto our shoulders. The Sony Walkman climbed into our pockets and sank its black foam tentacles into our ears. The newest tools are creeping still closer: They will soon come inside and make themselves at home under our skin—some already have."

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