July 17, 2008

Pittsburgh to Celebrate 250th Anniversary Robotically

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By the spring of next year, and partially because of Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh will become the permanent home of the Robotic Hall of Fame. This year, in honor of the city's 250th anniversary, CMU, the U. of P. and other foundations will be sponsoring Robot 250, a robotic arts festival. BigBots will be scattered throughout the city and there will be robot-building workshops, a theatre production and a botty film festival with such films as "Shrek," "A.I.," and "Westworld."

Via Robot 250 Festival

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at July 17, 2008 8:30 AM
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