Illah Nourbakhsh

What would you research if you did not have to worry about grants?

'Bean-counting' is a dull but necessary component of every grant proposal; it helps to keep our plans realistic, doable and accountable. But what if we weren't tied to grants and budgets? Would it cha...
17 June 2013, by

Illah Nourbakhsh on “What would you research if you did not have to worry about grants?”

Community empowerment through massive robotic sensing. There is no question we live in a world that is changing. Pollutants are changing the dynamics of the air we breathe, the water we drink and...
17 June 2013, by

It’s time to talk about the burgeoning robot middle class | MIT Technology Review

The elephant in the room is how robotics will play out for human employment in the long term. New robots will take on advanced manufacturing, tutoring, scheduling, and customer relations. They operate...
14 May 2013, by

New book: “Robot Futures” by Illah Reza Nourbakhsh

Robot Futures is a new book written by Dr. Illah Nourbakhsh, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who has been teaching roboethics at the university for many years. According to Dr. Noel Sharkey,...
29 March 2013, by

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