Past Event

Dr. Daniela Rus: Building Bodies & Brains for Robots

November 10, 2009

5 a.m.

Chicago, IL
Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
Harold Washington Library Center
400 S. State Street 60605

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Dr. Daniela Rus, 2002 MacArthur Fellow, professor at MIT, and leading expert in the field of robotics, envisions a world in which robots co-exist with and work side by side to support humans. The next logical step in the evolution of computers and computation intelligence may be a movement from personal computers to personal robots. Join us for a fascinating look at robotics and our future.

The MacArthur Fellows Science Series is presented in partnership with Science Chicago: Life's A Lab. This program is free and the public is welcome.

More information can be found at the Chicago Public Library website.

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