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#ICRA16 duckies and robots: a poetic tribute

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04 May 2016



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Photo: Jason Dorfman/MIT CSAIL

Image from ‘Duckietown’ at MIT. Photo: Jason Dorfman/MIT CSAIL

ICRA is the largest conference on Robotics and Automation. This year, the robotics community reflected on the strong and natural relationship between robots and rubber duckies. This is the result:

Duckies and Robots: Selected Poems

Please vote your favorite poem using this form. A special prize will be awarded (a functional duckie-robot hybrid) to the author of the most favourited poem.

Upcoming: a series of video tributes involving (you guessed it!) duckies.



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