Building softer, friendlier robots
The Southwest Robotics Symposium gave several Fulton Schools students an opportunity to showcase their work to develop the next generations of technologies to advance human-robot interaction. It was the fifth year for the annual exhibition. The general chair for the event, Fulton Schools Assistant Professor Wenlong Zhang, says the symposium is leading to collaborations between researchers that promise to foster new innovations in robotics and autonomous systems. The gathering featured presentations of research projects by students and faculty from 20 universities in six countries, as well as industry research.
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