Friday, May 01, 2009

Elizabeth Sklar, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Brooklyn College and organizer of the Robocup Jr. competition, on artificial intelligence, high school robotics teams, and - of course - dancing robots. Event: Robocup Jr. Regional Tournament.
Sunday 1:30-4:00 at the New York Hall of Science in Queens.
More information here.


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Comments [6]

carol from Queens NY

lynnette and sunyoung - Yes, visitors are welcome to watch the RoboCupJunior tournament. The Dance Performance event begins at 1:30, and Soccer and Rescue Finals start at 2:30. The event is included with paid museum admission.

May. 01 2009 12:26 PM
BL Show from WNYC Studios

[[BL Show Writes: Yes, the event is open to the public. Click on the link above to find all the information you need.]]

May. 01 2009 11:39 AM
sunyoung from NJ

Hi, Is Robo cup Jr. competition open to public to come and see the event?I would like to take my children and show them this cool event. Sunyoung

May. 01 2009 11:34 AM
lynnette from ct

can people come to watch but not participate? just view the event

May. 01 2009 10:59 AM
Susan Peterson from New Jersey

I just tuned in to the discussion about robots - we were talking about this the other day. I'm waiting desperately for my "Rosie" from the Jetsons - cooking, cleaning, and helping with homework!

May. 01 2009 10:58 AM
george bendemann from Hackensack

How utterly timely!! FOXnews did a segment on a robot that 'woke up' and nearly killed a man. The web is full of news stories on such muderous behaviors by certain robots. This is scary....please mention.

May. 01 2009 10:57 AM

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