coondoggie writes In order to take ideas for new robots off the drawing board and moving them in real situations, Carnegie Mellon University will host a series of competitions designed to bring new technologies robotics for the manufacturing, health and national security applications. Carnegie called RoboBowls competition and says they will feature the next generation of robotics challenges designed to find and promote business and start-up at an early stage seeking to develop big idea of products and services.
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