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10 most read Robohub articles in 2017

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27 December 2017



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This was a busy year for robotics! The 10 most read Robohub articles in 2017 show an increased interest in machine learning, and a thirst to learn how robots work and can be programmed. Highlights also include the Robohub Podcast, which just celebrated its 250th episode (that’s 10 years of bi-weekly interviews in robotics), the Robot Launch Startup Competition, and our yearly list of 25 women in robotics you need to know about. Finally, we couldn’t skip over some of the remarkable events of 2017, including a swarm of drones flying over Metallica, and Sophia “gaining citizenship“.

Thanks to all our expert contributors, and here’s to many more articles in 2018!

Envisioning the future of robotics
By Víctor Mayoral Vilches

Deep Learning in Robotics, with Sergey Levine
By the Robohub Podcast

Robotics, maths, python: A fledgling computer scientist’s guide to inverse kinematics
By Alistair Wick

Programming for robotics: Introduction to ROS
By Péter Fankhauser

ROS robotics projects
By Lentin Joseph

Vote for your favorite in Robot Launch Startup Competition!
By Andra Keay

Micro drones swarm above Metallica
By Markus Waibel

25 women in robotics you need to know about – 2017
by Andra Keay, Hallie Siegel and Sabine Hauert

Three concerns about granting citizenship to robot Sophia
by Hussein Abbass and The Conversation

The Robot Academy: An open online robotics education resource
by Peter Corke



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Sabine Hauert is President of Robohub and Associate Professor at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory
Sabine Hauert is President of Robohub and Associate Professor at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory





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