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|HERB and CHIMP Star in National Geographic’s “Robots”|
September 01, 2015. HERB, the robot butler, and CHIMP, the semi-humanoid that was one of the top finishers in the DARPA Robotics Challenge in June, share the silver screen with such robots as Honda’s ASIMO, Boston Dynamics’ Atlas and a European consortium’s iCUB humanoid in National Geographic Studio’s latest film, Robots.
|Time Video Highlights CMU’s Role in Pittsburgh’s Comeback|
July 10, 2015. A newly released video from Time magazine, Pittsburgh: The Comeback, highlights the role of technology, and particularly the contributions of Carnegie Mellon University, in the revitalization of Pittsburgh. SCS Dean Andrew Moore and Robotics Institute Director Marital Hebert are among the community leaders interviewed on camera.
|CHIMP Finishes Third In DARPA Robotics Challenge|
June 07, 2015. CHIMP, a four-limbed robot designed and built by Carnegie Mellon University’s Tartan Rescue Team, finished third and won $500,000 June 6 at the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), a two-day event that pitted 24 of the world’s most advanced robots against each other in a test of their ability to respond to disasters.
|CHIMP Robot Gets Ready For DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals|
May 26, 2015. “Faster” is the byword for the Tartan Rescue Team from Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC) as it makes final preparations for the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) Finals June 5-6.
|International Competitors Join CMU Teams in DARPA Robotics Challenge|
March 05, 2015. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has qualified 14 additional teams, including competitors from Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, China and South Korea, to join teams from Carnegie Mellon University and elsewhere in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) Finals, June 5-6 in Pomona, Calif.
|Robotics Takes Center Stage at LaunchCMU|
June 13, 2014. LaunchCMU's latest cycle shone a bright light on how robotics technology originating at Carnegie Mellon University is making a successful impact in the marketplace. The Silicon Valley showcase of cutting-edge technology, research and innovation brought together venture capitalists, investment experts, CMU startups, faculty and alumni.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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