DARPA challenge greatly propelled humanoid robotics — and WPI

After working for two and a half years, putting in thousands of hours and writing more than a million lines of code, the robotics team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) finished in the top third of competitors in DARPA’s Robotics Challenge.

However, maybe even more important, they not only helped advance the field of humanoid robotics, but some believe their work also made them better researchers and better teachers…

The full ComputerWorld article can be found here:
http://www.computerworld.com/article/2943956/emerging-technology/darpa-challenge-greatly-propelled-humanoid-robotics-and-wpi.html

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