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Happy National Robotics Week! We at IT Life really think this ought be a holiday. It should be a week off of work where people build robots and give them to each other. Since we can't do that the next best thing is to bring on a robotics expert to devote an entire hour to talking about them.
In a world where robots are perceived as increasingly dangerous, Aldebaran is making social robots designed to mix into the family units, schools, and retail settings. They are emotionally sensitive, capable of talking to you, learning your tastes and interests, and even singing your favorite song.
That's a far cry from the mindless killing machines some folks are worried about. Robots are even starting to inspire protests like those that occurred at SXSW. Should we fear them?
We'll talk to Rodolphe Gelin about:
The role of social robots in the enterprise
Social robots in our lives
Whether we should fear robots
How to make robots fit into our lives
Since December 2008, Rodolphe has been responsible for the collaborative projects at Aldebaran Robotics. He has led various teams at Aldebaran in several national and European collaborative projects. He is most notably the head of Romeo2 project involving 18 French partners, industrial and academics, in the implementation of a large robot for assistance to the elderly.
Rodolphe is the author of the books "Robot, friend or foe? ", “How can reality be virtual?” and “The robot, man's best friend."
Robotics and the Face Off!
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It’s been said many ways. Technology is unstoppable. If we wanted to haunt the progression of technology today we couldn’t do it. It’s a force for good by far but there are things that are progressing amidst this freight train of tech that will change everything. One of these things is genetics. Another is robotics. Have you thought about drones, robots and AI in the next 10 years? Have you thought of an unhinged
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LISTEN LIVE tonight at 7pm EST to Josh and Kat on TheGeekParent Talk Show. We talk Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. Think Robocop, Battlestar Galactica, Terminator, and Wall-E. Is it possible? Would you do it? Is there room for this new kind of X-men? And what are the pros and cons?
Joe Celano an expert and stakeholder in robotics talking about what the future holds.
Dr. Nancy D. O'Reilly discusses the leadership qualities women possess and how to utilize them better.
Keith Hall head of The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) talks about tax reform and small business.
Richard Hollis, founder & CEO of Holonis which a small marketplace platform for small
Blessings in this Holy Week we are walking in and creating. We'll take a peak at Spain as our part of the planet this week. Then honor the impact of the High School Robotics teams in our country. How are they supporting LivingEden on the planet?
One of the most important cultural, architectural and historical monuments in Spain is Valencia Cathedral, situated in the centre of the Old Town, near Plaza de la Reina. Masterpieces of the greatest Italian and Spanish artists, such as Niccolo Fiorentino, Vincente Juan Masip, Francixco Goya, José de Ribera and others, are exhibited in the museum of the Cathedral. But the most interesting thing in Valencia Cathedral is a key item of Passion of Christ — The Holy Grail. According to legend that is the very vessel Christ used during the Last Supper. This sacred object is recognized by Vatican.
I invite you to have www.airpano.com on your computer and bring up Valencia, Spain 360 degree pictures. Picture # 8 is the Cathedral. You can hear some music, words, voice here. Pause and let yourself feel the energy of the city, of the cathedral. See, even touch the pictures.
Upcoming will be an interview with Stacy Goforth and Valinda Salva updating you with their amazing journey supporting you with fiery, sparkly, empowered energy jewelry. Please send in quesitons for them. Your questions, sharings and insights for LivingEden are greatly appreciated also. You can call in live on the show at 909-533-8401 what fun to be joined with others on the show.
Show will be at 4:30EST this week only.
Mike Marzetta and his wife Christy are the founders of MINDS-i Education (www.mindsieducation.com), a high performance Robotics system that empowers STEM educators and their students to create extreme autonomous inventions of their own design. He'll talk about why small businesses should use and consider robotics for future opoportunities.
John Sculley ex-CEO of Apple should be constantly on the look out for innovative ways of expanding your small business.
As we continue on with this robotics season one of the interviews I wanted to make sure to capture was really more of an update show. Last year I spoke with John Reed, who told the story of the growth of FIRST robotics in Del Rio, TX which is a small Texas border town. The reason I wanted to bring John back on the show was because between this year and last year there has been what I’ll call an explosion in the amount of interest and robotics teams along the border. I like to think of John who is a teacher and robotics coach at Del Rio Middle School as the spark that has lit the fuse of this new growth.
The Alamo First Show is made possible through the continued support of our Title Sponsor, Rackspace the #1 managed cloud company, famous for providing their customers fanatical support. We thank you, Rackspace for continuing to provide Alamo FIRST with fanatical support.
To learn more about how you can become involved with FRC, FTC, FLL or JrFLL robotics progams visit Alamo-FIRST.
ROBOTICS EDUCATION K-12
The Finch and The Hummingbird in the Library
Welcome back, Tom Lauwers of Birdbrain Technologies, a wonderful educational tool, and Tom's special guest Corey Wittig, Digital Learning Librarian at of Pittsburgh's Carnegie Library
On the AlamoFIRST Show we are highlighting the folks who are making things happen in the world of FIRST Robotics.
Good mentorship can go a long way towards a robotics teams success. On today's Alamo FIRST show we chat with John Pflueger from Dell who mentors the Westlake High School teams:
FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams
FIRST Team 2468, Team Appreciate (chaprobotics.com)?
FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teams
FIRST Team 3781, Westlake Pi-Rho Maniacs
FIRST Team 5628, The Tau Manifesto
FIRST Team 6504, Torque Omega
FIRST Team 6710, Summation
We will delve into why teams need mentors as well as the value of mentorship for those in the business community.
To learn more about Alamo-FIRST simply go to www.alamo-first.org
In this radio show, we interview Mr. Irmantas Naujikas of Neurotechnology, based out Lithuania, making this our second international broadcast. Neurotechnology is different from other Biometric Vendors in that they focus much more heavily upon the software side of Biometrics, rather than the hardware side. They offer Software Development Kits (SDK's) not only large scale fingerprint indentification systems for such applications as AFIS, but also for Iris Recognition, Voice Recgonition, and Facial Recognition. To make things even more interesting, Neurotechnology is also involved in the research and development of Artificial Intelligence, and various Robotics technologies. We will find out about this and much more from Mr. Naujikas in this interview, as well as their plans to remain competitive in the Biometrics Industry.
The key to growing and maintaining a successful robotics program is strong sponsorship within the business community. On today's Alamo-FIRST show we chat with Lisa Lewis from CPS Energy and Daniel Sherrill from Rackspace. Both companies are Title Sponsors of the Alamo-FIRST Region.
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