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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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We want to try to boost the popularity of this thing and see how it goes,'' said Benji Coleman-Levy, a Lancaster High senior and chief financial officer for the school's robotics team.
To begin addressing the issue of open architecture controls for robotics, NIST and the Robotics Industries Association organized a workshop in February 2000.
KUKA Robotics Corporation, a leading global manufacturer of industrial robots, today announced it has been selected by Ohio Northern University (ONU) to provide robotics for its newly remodeled and expanded robotics technology center.
Robotics dramatically alters the networking landscape,'' said Eric Benhamou, 3Com's chairman and chief executive.
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) announced today that it has selected the Evolution Robotics Software Platform (ERSP[R]) to provide a standard architecture for robotic application development in Taiwan.
This Frost & Sullivan research titled Machine Learning-Based Robotics in Unstructured Environments provides an in-depth analysis of the technical developments surrounding learning and teaching methodologies adoption in service and networked robotics.
Since 2002, Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Academy has developed hands-on-mind-on projects using robotics to teach science, technology, engineering, and mathematics concepts.
SRI International, an independent nonprofit research and development organization, today announced that it plans to deliver a version of its advanced mapping and localization software for Microsoft Robotics Studio.
Robotics Trends and IDG World Expo today announced that The Technology Collaborative has joined the 4th annual RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition, the international business development event for mobile robotics and intelligent systems, as a Premier Sponsor.
Bandai selected the ViPR vision system from Evolution Robotics to enable NetTansor to interact intelligently with its environment and perform fully autonomous tasks.
Robotics Trends and IDG World Expo today announced that Neena Buck, Vice President at Strategy Analytics, will co-chair the 4th annual RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition, the international business development event for mobile robotics and intelligent systems.
Business Focused Robotics and Intelligent Systems Event to Emphasize Real-World Applications, Enabling Technology and Emerging Opportunities

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