Robotic Dexterity: Grabbing the Brass Ring

Robotic Dexterity: Grabbing the Brass Ring2018-04-12T11:21:43+00:00

Robotic Dexterity
Grabbing the Brass Ring
 

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From warehouse operations to surgical operations, robots are lending a helping hand like never before. With a rapidly improving ability to manipulate objects of all shapes and sizes, they have the potential to replace human operators with better accuracy, better precision, and better efficiency.

In Robotic Dexterity, we will explore how the latest advances in robotic technologies have the potential to transform entire industries. By combining cloud computing and machine learning with groundbreaking gripper designs, these innovations in dexterity are shaping our future — sometimes literally.

Our panel of founders and industry insiders will explore these and other issues.

  • Where are the best opportunities for entrepreneurs?
  • Will these new robots completely replace all human workforces?
  • How will society react to increasingly capable robots?

Join us on April 24 to find out what the future “holds.”
 

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Moderator

Stefano Carpin, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Merced

 
Panelists

Harsha Prahlad, Co-Founder and CTO and Products Officer, Grabit

Juan Aparicio Ojea, Head of Research Group, Advanced Manufacturing Automation, Siemens

Matt Howard, Managing Partner, Norwest Venture Partners

 


 
Stanford Faculty Club
Stanford University
439 Lagunita Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Reception: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Panel Discussion: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
 



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