CMU's Robotics Institute (RI) will be design, build and deploy mining robots, robotic tools and autonomous technologies in partnership with Anglo American's Technology Development Group.
What does RI stand for?
RI stands for Robotics Institute
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Reddy was the founding director of the Robotics Institute and the Dean of School of Computer Science from 1991 to 1999.
At dedicated centers, like MIT's CSAIL and The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon, worldwide experts from an amalgam of disciplines bump shoulders and share ideas.
But researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have created a platform for the web that allows time travel -- at least of the virtual sort.
The Tentacle Manipulator comes out of collaborative research into snake robots at Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute, which has produced snaky bots that can crawl up tubes by moving inside or around them.
A lot of students think robots and artificial intelligence are something that is very difficult and that they could never be part of," said Chuck Thorpe, dean of Carnegie Mellon Qatar and former head of the Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute.
In Brief: Two groups of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have recently received a total of $10 million in grants from the USDA to build automated farming systems.
Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute students are developing a "snake-bot" that can also move through small openings, climb and swim while carrying a camera on its tip.