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Robohub Podcast is on Patreon!

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07 December 2017



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Robohub Podcast has launched a campaign on Patreon!

If you don’t know, Robohub Podcast is a biweekly podcast about robotics. Our goal is to explore global robotics through interviews with experts, both in academia and industry. In our interviews,

  • we discuss technical topics (how things work, design decisions),
  • entrepreneurship (lessons learned, business models, ownership),
  • and anything we find interesting and related to robotics (policy, ethics, global trends, international technology initiatives and education, etc.).

We have published nearly 250 episodes and have spoken with many of the most influential people in robotics, such as Rodney Brooks, Dean Kamen, Radhika Nagpal, and Helen Greiner.

We would like your support so we can bring you interviews from the leading robotics conferences and laboratories around the world. Our first goal is to send two interviewers to ICRA 2018 in Brisbane, Australia.

If you want to support us, visit our Patreon campaign.

 



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Audrow Nash is a Software Engineer at Open Robotics and the host of the Sense Think Act Podcast
Audrow Nash is a Software Engineer at Open Robotics and the host of the Sense Think Act Podcast





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