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James Gosling : Self-sustaining ocean-going robots | CMU RI Seminar

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11 October 2014



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“James Gosling–CMU alumnus, inventor of Java, and noted software expert– [talks] about his recent work with ocean-going and driving robots, especially from his unique software perspective. His recent work centers on the use of these robots, which are self-sustaining for long periods, for collection of data about the ocean and the atmosphere above.”

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